The land of second generation Missouri farmer Matt Arthur flowers thanks to his investment in growing soil. He says:
“We are stewards of our land, committed to a no-till practice of regenerative agriculture. No chemicals, lots of cover crops, a preference for native species. Growing in permanent raised beds: once formed, we never disturb them."
Flowers and herbs, native and medicinal plants, grow on three BLH Farm acres of this Fulton MO hillside. Honeybees and other pollinators forage on 140 forested acres. Subscription compost collection from nearby St. Louis communities nourishes the BLH Farms' soil. Cut-flower customers can buy through the BLH CSA or online store and at Hy-Vee in Columbia MO.
BLH Farms proudly holds membership and certification through Known & Grown St. Louis.
THANKS to Andy Heaslet, Earthworms audio engineer, and to Jon Valley and Andy Coco, the KDHX Production team.
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