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Gray Acres

slow living • seasonal florals • seeking simplicity

 
 
 
 
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Our Story

Hey there! I’m Jen, owner, founder and boss of Gray Acres, my tiny farmstead oasis!

Most days you can find me tending the Gray Acres gardens and hanging out with our resident livestock herd. My husband and I are a 2-person show, and everything you see at Gray Acres has been created, cared for and grown by Tyler or myself.

Our farm is not just my hobby: my farm is my life,
my therapy, and my passion.

My husband and I pour our lives into creating this little piece of heaven on earth, and this is what we seek to share with you.
 

Read more about me here!


 

The Flowers

Come visit us at one of the local farmer's markets we'll be at this Summer, contact me to make a u-pick flower appointment, or order buckets of flowers for an event!

 

The Furs

Learn all about what it takes to have a hobby farm full of pets.
 

 

The Farmhouse

Our home, our haven – discover plant based recipes and design inspiration.

 

The Getaway

We will be opening up the farm to visitors in 2019. Follow our process as we prepare to invite you to stay at our bed and breakfast.

 

we believe in local

I want to inspire others who want to grow into gardeners, or simply have a desire to have a small pot of herbs on their patio.
I seek to educate anyone who wants to learn about the realities of caring for animals, and what running a hobby farm actually looks like (hint: it’s not just sunny afternoons of goat yoga).

 

Even if you have never touched a pitchfork or shovel, I hope you become inspired to get in touch with
nature in whatever way that speaks to you. Whether it’s buying fresh produce at your local farm stand,
visiting a local farm, or starting your own small garden.

Welcome to Gray Acres, I am so happy you're here!

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