Long arm farm is a family with an artist and a farmer
(interchangeable) at the helm. We aim to blur the lines between art
and agriculture. Our hodgepodge homestead is our life raft that is
kept afloat by our practices in film, sculpture, music, food, painting
and writing and the fact that the study and practice of agriculture
(biodynamic, permacultural and ethnobotanical) satisfies and nourishes
in much the same way. We are inching our way towards making our raft a
little bit bigger all the time. Not only so that we can feed more
people, but so that we can create bigger, more involved projects,
concoct more harebrained schemes, and provide inspiring and nourishing
sanctuary to more than our little family.
Roosters, goats, sad children, broken-hearted cowboys, gypsy women (youngish and pretty), wolves, werewolves cavorting with limp women, women who are pretty but kinda mad at the same time, feathers adorning just about anything and old men with long beards. what do all of these things have in common?