Jeremy Smith creates beautiful and delicious things. His background is in aquatic invertebrates and ecology, travel by bicycle, cobblery and circus arts. He is interested in seed saving, building utility bicycles, and brainstorming designs for human-powered tools for small scale farms.
Trish Jenkins loves worm castings and unearthing garlic bulbs. She has a degree in Geology and Fluvial Geomorphology, and accordingly enjoys spending time with maps and flowing water. She is passionate about land health and conservation, and is thrilled to be growing food with her best friend.
We are looking forward to stewarding this land, growing good food for our neighbors, and helping to build an innovative, collaborative local food system in Spearfish and the northern Black Hills.