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There are all sorts of exciting things going on in our third year at Eight Owls Farmstead! From goat care and cheese making to natural building to canning your own veggies and meat to screen printing, book making, and primitive art–we've got a little bit of everything!

Homesteading Immersions • Carpentry/Natural Building Workshops • Farm Stays • Women’s Retreats • Camping – best of all we are located just 8 miles outside of Brevard, NC just off 64W!

Eight Owls Farmstead is a women owned, pasture based, semi off grid farm that focuses on organically grown education, experiences, products, and food. The farm was established in 2012 and teaches workshops on growing and raising your own organic food and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. We teach animal care, organic gardening, natural building, butchery, healthy living techniques, and provide farm based immersion experiences. We work with camps, school groups, and colleges to provide a space for students to connect with what life on a farm means, growing and raising your own food, and current sustainability and permaculture techniques.

Come out to the farm and see if this whole homesteading thing is for you!

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