Landforms Farm in Brighton, Michigan was established in 2014. The goal of this farm was to increase our control of the quality, availability and cost of plant material. We did this with our first planting of 700 evergreen and deciduous trees. Obtaining our plant material locally also helps to reduce our carbon footprint.
The farm has transformed over the years from a nursery production facility to a small food producing farm. While we still grow nursery stock, we now have a large organic garden and chicken coop with 20 laying hens. Our next project will be the installation of an orchard and berry patches.