Appalachian Tea Ceremony

What exactly is an Appalachian Tea Ceremony and why might you want to come? Well, tea ceremonies have been around for thousands of years, honoring the plant Camellia sinensis, better known as Tea, but in the Appalachian Tea Ceremony, we take…

Earth Stewards Unite!

“One of the penalties of an ecological education is that one lives alone in a world of wounds. Much of the damage inflicted on land is quite invisible to laymen. An ecologist must either harden his shell and make believe that the consequences…

2018 Year in Review

Closing the door to one year and stepping over the threshold into a new one is refreshing in a lot of ways- it gives a chance for pause and reflection, a chance to see the highs and lows of the year past and what might be done differently in…
Floral Gardens | Herb Mountain Farm | Weaverville, NC

Plants as Allies

Who among us is not in intimate relationship with the plant kindom? (Yes, that’s kindom, not kingdom, as we are all akin). Humans could not survive without the plants, and yet, they could survive fine without us. And despite this, they…

Retreat Centers

We chose to call our farm a Learning and Lodging Center, an alternative way of saying Retreat Center, in the hopes it would draw folks here looking for not only a place to rest and renew, but to also learn about and find something of meaning…
Herb Mountain Farm | Weaverville, NC

Species Inventory of Herb Mountain Farm

Hello everyone! Thank you so so much for visiting our website and checking out what we are up to here at Herb Mountain Farm! In 2014, Luke Cannon, aka Luke Leaning Deer, helped us compile a species list of who we have met on the property,…
Gardening | Herb Mountain Farm | Weaverville, NC

Cosmincidence

Mary Morgaine’s first introduction to Herb Mountain Farm and the Cosmincident that followed. “Be very careful what you set your heart upon, for you will surely have it.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson    In 2005, A friend called and asked…
Herb Mountain Farm | Weaverville, NC

Veritas Lodge in the Making

In the late 90’s, Hart and his then wife, Monika, built a home to raise three special needs children they adopted. As it was being built, Hart had a dream of one day using the building as a bed and breakfast-type lodge, for people to come…

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