Why Choose Getting Back to Nature™?
What We Offer
Order your 2022 wall hanging calendar today! Our 2022 calendars include quotes, beautiful Nature photographs on our two acres, and celestial events for 2022.
At the 2019 Tennessee Local Food Summit we did a presentation on healing the land, creating a vibrant food ecosystem, and re‐imagining southern food.
In 2020 we held Fire Cider ‐ "Let Thy Food Help You Heal" and Sauerkraut with Spring Flora ‐ "Let Thy Food Be Help You Heal") workshops.
Listen to our radio interviews from June 2021:
We can travel to speak to your agriculture, horticulture, environmental, school, youth, etc. organization/group. Please contact us if you are interested.
Our artisanal jams and jellies are made primarily with foraged ingredients, including some forgotten southern plants that were consumed by the indigenous communities that once thrived in the South prior to European colonization and removal. This forgotten, non‐domesticated food, is superior in flavor and most importantly nutrition than the cultivated/domesticated varieties.
Start planning for your 2022 native oasis and purchase some of our native plants and seeds. The Fall is here and this is a good time to transplant and to stock up on native seeds to cold stratify during the Winter months. Typically native seeds need a freeze‐thaw cycle of about 90 days to germinate.
We have a variety of syrups but our premier syrup is Twin Forager Hickory Syrup Dark. It is made from the bark of the Shagbark Hickory tree and can be used in place of Maple Syrup, honey, and other natural sweeteners. It is not overly sweet and adds diverse flavors.
Order your historic daffodil bulbs today!
Meet the Brothers/Food Growers
We are available for workshops, consulting, tours, and speaking engagements. Contact us to learn more.