Twisted T Farm is a mineral dense, chemical free farm that is working towards re-imagining the future of produce from a regenerative agriculture perspective. They provide mineral dense vegetables and elderberry syrup as well as other farm fresh and handcrafted goods such as salsas, jams, syrups, freeze-dried produce, soap, chicken eggs and duck eggs. The farm was established in 2013 as a way of homesteading, and has been steadily growing every since. They employ several different experimental and traditional gardening techniques on their farm, which are open for the public to view through demonstrations. They primarily do this as a way of educating the public as they are passionate about helping anyone who is interested in regenerative agriculture and permaculture.
Farmer Patrick grew up in The Woodlands and had three master gardeners as neighbors who fostered his love for gardening at a young age. He also participated in FFA (Future Farmers of America) from 2001 -2005, and during that time he joined in various animal projects. Patrick graduated from Sam Houston State University with an Agricultural Business Degree and he is organic certified in the state of Texas.
Rachel grew up in Bedias on a 120 acre beef cattle ranch where she was active in the daily routines of the ranch. She worked at her family's flower shop all through high school and college. This was where she first found her passion for all things flowers. She soon graduated from Sam Houston State University with an Agriculture Business degree where she won 3rd place in a national agricultural competition.
Twisted T Farm is truly a crystal-clear representation of what MFM stands for and fights for. They are not only absolutely committed to the mission of regenerative farming and organic practices, beyond this they are extremely knowledgable and experienced, and are outside-the-box thinkers with a flare for going against the grain. It a world where the mainstream has become less and less trustworthy, these are valuable and admirable traits! We are excited about their future as they scale the size of their operation and expand their product line to include pork products from heritage pigs raised with a non-gmo, no soy and no corn feed sourced from an organically practicing producer. They also raise a large number of turkeys every year specifically to provide our community with access to healthy birds for Thanksgiving! Be sure to check out their booth year round at MFM for access to their seasonal produce and other products.