TGIA Farm of Michigan is a small sustainable suburban farm located in Redford MI. We grow most of our vegetables & fruit right here on the homestead the way God intened us to. Every animal earns it's keep around here. We have farm raised tilapia on our our farm they are fed leafy greens like weeds, leaves, lettucs, grass, duckweed and worms from our compost bins. The tilapia in return gives meat as well as nitrogen rich fertilizer for our vegetables and fruit. We also have baby chicks and chickens on our farm we use the chickens to till the garden with their endless scratching. Chickens keep bugs away, they provide rich compost for growing vegetables and fruit,They eat table scraps, weeds and bugs, and in return give protein rich eggs, meat and entertainment, as well as nitrogen rich fertilizer for our vegetables and fruit. We also have Red wigglers these worms live in our compost bins they eat table scraps, weeds and grass, in return they give us Black Gold (worm castings) which are used in the garden as a rich fertilizer or should I say the best fertilizer.
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The last Sunday of each month is Volunteer Day atTGIA Farm. Get your hands dirty working in the gardens, or building with earthen materials with theTGIA Farm crew. 10am to 4pm; hearty farm lunch included! Please contactTGIA Farms to register.
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