Serenity Cove Farm

From Our Heart to Your Home

Who We Are - A Multi Generation Women Owned Farm

At Serenity Cove Farm, we are focused on providing exceptional produce, wool, and humane beef. We offer eggs seasonally and a limited number of handwoven, hand spun wool blankets each year. 


We are passionate about our produce, animals, their quality of life, and the services we provide to our local community via direct farm sales and through our farm stands. We grow our food using permaculture methods. This means we do not import fertilizers from across the world, but instead look to what is here on the farm. What few pesticides we use are approved for organic uses and do not harm beneficial insects such as bees, lady bugs, and earthworms. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! There‚Äôs much more to come!

Why Us?

My mother, Linda, and I come from a long line of women ranchers. As a mother and daughter team we share the triumphs, tests, and heartbreaks of raising animals in a kind, compassionate, and respectful manner. 

Our approach is rooted not only in our love for the land and her inhabitance but for our love from God for those we serve through the farm. We do much of the work by hand the way our ancestors did, and we meet each day with a grateful heart. It is from our heart we provide for your home.


Moriah

Moriah

Co-Owner

Some of my happiest and earliest memories are of my Papa's garden and the rabbit hutch. The scriptures say to train up a child in the way they should go and when they are mature, they will not depart. I still love farming, even though I went out, earned a couple of degrees, and then walked away from corporate America. Nothing gives more more pleasure than spinning wool, tending my flocks, or attending . I do not know where the journey of my life will take me, but the lessons I learned in Papa's Garden will never depart.

Linda

Co-Owner

I retired in 2016 after thirty seven years in the corporate workplace. Maybe retired is the wrong word, after all, work on the farm never stops. I quit, and it feels especially good on Monday mornings to look out over our crops, or feed one of the bottle lambs. I was raised on a farm and in the woods. It's never too late to change directions and follow your heart. 

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