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Apricot Lane Farms Apricot Lane Farms is the certified organic, biodynamic, and regenerative farm in Southern California that brought you the film "The Biggest Little Farm"

The Apricot Lane Farms ( www.apricotlanefarms.com ) team has been charged with the mission of creating a well balanced ecosystem that produces nutrient-dense foods. Our hope is that we can grow great tasting food while treating the environment and the animals with respect. Farming is a challenging mission, but well worth it. Molly and John welcome your input so let us know what you think about the farm.

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As the summer sun starts to heat things up around the farm (with temps in the 90’s this week!), we’re experimenting with...
06/07/2022

As the summer sun starts to heat things up around the farm (with temps in the 90’s this week!), we’re experimenting with new ways to keep our animals (and ourselves) cool ☀️ ⁠

The latest of these efforts has been strategically planting new Empress Trees around the farm, which will provide additional shade for our livestock, and foliage for them to snack on during long summer days in the sun. We’ve planted about 15 trees in spots around the farm that have the most sunlight and space to grow, as this will allow the trees to thrive without negatively impacting any surrounding plant life. Additionally, our cows will assist us in pruning the trees as they browse the branches, which will help us control the trees' canopies and prevent any seedlings from growing in unwanted locations. ⁠

Empress Trees are one of the fastest growing trees in the world, maturing up to 50 feet high and 30 feet wide in just ten years. The drought-tolerant species is not particular about soil conditions, prefers long exposure to direct sunlight, and is super efficient at sequestering carbon from the atmosphere and fixing nitrogen back into the soil. Once mature, Empress trees flourish with velvety green leaves and astonishing purplish-pink flowers that have a vanilla-like aroma, adding extra beauty to our pastures… we can’t wait to see them grow!⁠

What new plants are you adding to your own ecosystem this season? 🌱

It’s National Egg Day! 🥚 Eggs are probably the single most beloved item we produce, and a primary reason why Molly and J...
06/04/2022

It’s National Egg Day! 🥚 Eggs are probably the single most beloved item we produce, and a primary reason why Molly and John’s whole farming journey started over a decade ago…. ⁠

As an organic foods chef who was always searching for the most nutrient-dense food for her clients, Molly realized the nutritional quality of the food she cooked was directly related to the health of the farm and its soil. Knowing this, she was always struggling to source the quality of ingredients she was seeking, particularly EGGS! So she and John embarked on a journey to start their own small farm– at most 10 acres… which today is a 234 acre biodynamic farm integrated within a reawakened ecosystem, with ~700 laying hens. Here’s a little more about what makes these eggs so special..⁠

🥚 Our hens roam freely on pastures where they have access to a buffet of grasses, seeds, and bugs. We supplement their foraged diet with free-choice organic, soy-free, GMO-free feed so they have access to all the vitamins and minerals they need. The result? Rich, plump-yolked eggs with high levels of vitamins A, E, K, Niacin, Thiamin & B12 that we all love so much.⁠

🥚 We raise 15 different breeds of chickens, including Easter Eggers, Rhode Island Reds, Leghorns, and Welsummers. This diversity of breeds lends itself to our beautifully colored egg boxes with hues of blues, greens, browns, whites, and even purple.⁠

🥚Our laying hens are not expected or encouraged to overproduce (quality > quantity). While adding more chickens to the farm could be more profitable, it would also alter the delicate balance of the ecosystem, and ultimately change the eggs. ⁠

🥚We collect eggs twice a day, in the morning and afternoon. Check out our stories to see the full process of collecting our eggs, from coop to carton! ⁠

And to experience these special eggs for yourself, pick up a box at the following markets (be sure to get there early, as they sell out quickly!)⁠

MARKET SCHEDULE ⤵︎⁠
Wednesday @smfms⁠
Thursday @thousandoaksfarmersmarket⁠
Saturday @downtownventurafarmersmarket⁠
Apricot Lane Farms On-Farm Saturday Farmstand (10am-5pm)⁠
Sunday @marvistafarmersmarket

Arctic Star nectarines are a classic that we wait for all year long, and they are bountiful right now! Low in acidity an...
06/02/2022

Arctic Star nectarines are a classic that we wait for all year long, and they are bountiful right now! Low in acidity and high in sweetness, these early summer fruits are the perfect treat to turn to when you’re craving a sweet treat. As our orchard team says, “you’ll take a bite of one, and end up eating five!” ⁠

It’s been such a joy connecting with you all in person at the On-Farm Saturday Farmstand, so starting this weekend, we’ll have *NEW* extended summer hours — 10am-5pm every Saturday— giving you more time to browse all the beautiful biodynamic produce coming from our orchards and gardens this season. This week, we’re harvesting sugar snap peas, carrots, chard, leeks, beets, strawberries, zucchini, turnips, herbs, edible flowers & MORE from the garden. And from the orchards, you’ll find these Arctic Star nectarines, of course, plus Gold Kist apricots, Tropic Snow (Molly’s fave!) and Eva’s Pride peaches, plus our signature Hass avocados and Lisbon lemons.⁠ Stop by to stroll the garden, soak up the sunshine, and grab some freshly picked farm favorites!

Our second “gaggle” of turkeys is positively loving these days filled with sunshine, fresh air, and buggy snacks galore!...
06/01/2022

Our second “gaggle” of turkeys is positively loving these days filled with sunshine, fresh air, and buggy snacks galore! Their first few months on the farm have been spent getting acclimated in the barn under the care of our poultry team, and they just made the move onto pasture for the first time. Like our chickens, they’ll get to spend their days roaming through tall grasses, dust bathing, and foraging for bugs (adding diversity to their diet). ⁠

These turkeys are a diverse mix of Bourbon Red, Black Spanish, Standard Bronze, Chocolate, White Holland, Royal Palm, and Broad Breasted turkeys. Turkeys are playful, social, & curious birds who enjoy company… our team especially loves gobbling “good mornings” to them and getting 30 gobble greetings right back! 🦃

What’s everyone making for Memorial Day Weekend? Sugar snap peas are abundant right now in the garden (and will be avail...
05/27/2022

What’s everyone making for Memorial Day Weekend? Sugar snap peas are abundant right now in the garden (and will be available at the On-Farm Saturday Farmstand tomorrow!) so naturally we’re turning to one of Molly’s seasonal snap pea recipes..⁠

Our all-time favorite, tried and true snap pea recipe is Molly’s Sugar Snap Pea Salad with Spinach- Pistachio Pesto and Creme Fraiche, which will be published in “The Apricot Lane Farms Cookbook” this fall - you can preorder now via the link in our bio!

Until then, we’ll be making her brand NEW Smashed Strawberry & Snap Pea Salad with Ricotta Salata and Crispy Shallots⁠
— a salty, sweet, crispy treat in the spring and summer. Head to our Stories for the full recipe!

If you’ve ever experienced a farm tour or the On-Farm Saturday Farmstand, you may have met Mr. Whiskers, our garden cat....
05/26/2022

If you’ve ever experienced a farm tour or the On-Farm Saturday Farmstand, you may have met Mr. Whiskers, our garden cat. 🐱 During the nighttime he stalks the garden rows, hunting bugs and rodents by moonlight; and by day you’ll find him recharging around the barn, soaking up the sun and savoring all the pets he can get... reminding us that quality performance requires quality rest. Take a look at the garden in all its springtime glory, from his purr-spective..⁠

This week, we’re harvesting sugar snap peas, carrots, lettuces, arugula, leeks, turnips, herbs, edible flowers & MORE from the garden. And from the orchards, citrus season is dwindling with the last oranges and lemons, while stone fruit is just getting started with Flora Gold and Gold Kist apricots, Zee Fire nectarines, Eva’s Pride and Tropic Snow peaches.⁠

Experience our market garden for yourself in all its late-spring splendor this weekend during our On-Farm Saturday Farmstand (10am-3:30pm)! Join us to stroll the garden, soak up the sunshine, and stock up on Memorial Day weekend ingredient essentials (+ stay tuned for recipes tomorrow!)

After a decade of regenerating the land of our farm, we’re taking a good look at our soil and re-examining our farming m...
05/26/2022

After a decade of regenerating the land of our farm, we’re taking a good look at our soil and re-examining our farming methodologies as we enter a new era. Agroecologist @masters.nicole just visited and worked with our farm teams, and we had the best time, and learned so much, connecting over our collective love of SOIL! Overall, her teachings inspired us to achieve the goal of increased fungal activity in our soil..⁠

Our team left immensely inspired with creative solutions and ideas for how to achieve this, and we’ve already begun to run with some. One strategy is to experiment with a few new compost tea brewing, extraction, and application techniques. Additionally, we’ll be implementing a more refined composting process that encourages fungal growth, by taking finished vermicast and inoculating it with fish hydrolysate and wood chips, then allowing it to cure for a while (fungi like white wood best, so we’ll be harvesting Cottonwood and Willows around the farm for this purpose). And in certain pastures, we'll purposefully be doing nothing —10 years of regeneration has afforded us the opportunity to let the land rest, giving the existing microbiology the time and space to flourish, undisturbed. We’re also looking forward to doing a lot more microscope work to observe and better understand the microbes living in our compost, extracts, and brews! 🔬 ⁠

If you’re interested in diving deeper into soil health and agroecology, we highly recommend you check out Nicole’s book “For The Love of Soil.” In addition, her company @integrity_soils has developed a series of online courses that you can take at your own pace, and is generously offering friends of ALF 30% off the courses with the code “ALF30.” For more info, visit the link in our bio or shoot us a DM!

Get ready for GARLIC! 🧄🧄🧄  Many months of patience is paying off… the garlic that our garden team planted last fall has ...
05/23/2022

Get ready for GARLIC! 🧄🧄🧄 Many months of patience is paying off… the garlic that our garden team planted last fall has just been harvested and set out to dry, which means you can expect to see it at our market stands in roughly one month! ⁠

Garlic takes an extensive 8-9 months to mature from the moment it’s planted. Careful attention is paid to the soil as it grows, and we shut off irrigation three weeks before harvesting to give the bulbs the correct conditions to begin curing underground. Timing is of the essence with this allium — if left in even a bit too long, the bulbs can overheat, or overgrow and break, making the plants susceptible to disease. ⁠

In past years, we’ve dried the garlic crops by hanging them from the ceiling in small bundles, but with this year’s misty May mornings, we’ve decided it’s safer to dry them on flat pallets inside, instead. Once fully dried, the leaves and roots are trimmed, and our garlic is ready for market! For now, while we wait, we’re enjoying the deliciously pungent aromas the bundles bring to our garden barn as they cure to perfection...⁠ who’s a fan of garlic? Let us know in the comments!

Happy #WorldBeeDay! 🐝🐝🐝  Today, we’re taking time to appreciate all the bees that make our bee-cosystem go round.. ⁠⁠We’...
05/20/2022

Happy #WorldBeeDay! 🐝🐝🐝 Today, we’re taking time to appreciate all the bees that make our bee-cosystem go round.. ⁠

We’d bee lying if we said we didn’t love our Honeybees (or as our Bee Team calls them, “gateway bugs” to beekeeping) — 13 colonies have made the farm their home, and we’ve been spending lots of time with them to better understand and serve them, including letting them free-form their own hives and installing both bee boxes and biodynamic log hives in treetops around the farm (last three photos).⁠

Recently, we’ve been diving deeper into learning more about our NATIVE bees, which we’re looking forward to sharing a lot more about soon (stay tuned)! Our Habitat Restoration team has been planting various native plants around the farm for them, and we recently stumbled on a pollinator party happening around some blossoming Branching Phacelia and Cleveland Sage plants…let's take a look at what all the buzz is about! ⁠

1: A Honeybee foraging with fully stocked saddlebags on a warm spring day.⁠

2&3: A Yellow-faced Bumblebee makes a quick pit stop to indulge in some tasty nectar, flashing the stripes on her abdomen (not all bumbles with yellow faces are called this; the distinctive stripes allow us to identify her)⁠

4: An Edwards Nomadic Cuckoo Bee (a rare sight for the farm!) nestles into a Branching Phacelia flower. These bees closely resemble wasps, but the distinctive yellow lines on their thorax allow us to identify them.⁠

5: An experienced forager, this Honeybee’s dedication to pollination is reflected by the wear on her wings. We’re so grateful for her hard work! ⁠

6: A small Carpenter or Mining Bee rests on the edge of a Cleveland Sage flower. This one stumped us — let us know if you can identify her in the comments! ⁠

Head to our stories to test your bee knowledge & learn more! And let us know bees you’ve seen buzzing around your own ecosystem in the comments below..⁠ 🐝

Citrus season is winding down, but our Pixie Mandarins didn’t quite get the memo— the trees are still bursting with frui...
05/19/2022

Citrus season is winding down, but our Pixie Mandarins didn’t quite get the memo— the trees are still bursting with fruit, and we’ve got more mandarins than we know what to do with! 🍊 ⁠
We just donated a load of imperfect ones to our friends @foodsharevc, but there are lots more where that came from. So this weekend, we’re trying something fun at the On-Farm Saturday Farmstand: purchase an ALF reusable organic cotton produce bag for $5, and fill it with as many *free* Pixie Mandarins as you can! These juicy fruits make a perfect portable snack, are loaded with Vitamin C to support your immune system, and will brighten up your fruit bowl. ⁠

The On-Farm Saturday Farmstand will be stocked with a bounty of spring produce this weekend… From the orchards, we’ll have our signature biodynamic Hass avocados, alongside the last citrus + first stone fruits of the season (Gold Kist and Flora Gold Apricots, Eva’s Pride and Tropic Snow peaches, and Zee Fire nectarines are the first arrivals!). Plus, the garden is harvesting sugar snap peas, leeks, lettuces, beets, cabbage, carrots, chard, aromatic herbs and edible flowers. And of course, we’ll be stocked with refreshing Orange Blossom Honey Lemonade, pasture-raised meat & eggs, Avocado Oil, merch and more… ⁠

To top it all off, the market garden will be open for you to stroll and soak up all the spring splendor — jasmine is in full bloom, colorful florals decorate every corner, and you can see the very ground from which your food grows. See you on Saturday!

Elderberry trees have been blooming on the farm for some time now, delighting us with their aromatic, pretty pastel yell...
05/18/2022

Elderberry trees have been blooming on the farm for some time now, delighting us with their aromatic, pretty pastel yellow flowers. And now their branches are bearing the first berries of the season! ⁠

Blue Elderberry, pictured here, is native to Southern California and can be found naturally occurring throughout our farm ecosystem. Because they fare so well on this land as drought tolerant, low maintenance trees, our Habitat Restoration team has also started to intentionally incorporate more throughout The Fruit Basket. The shrubs provide crucial forage, cover, and nesting sites for various wildlife and insects, which help increase biological diversity and pollination across the whole farm. ⁠

Both the flowers and fruit of the Blue Elderberry are edible and boast a number of health properties. Each season, Molly harvests the flowers to make a healing tea by raking them from the stems, dehydrating the petals, and steeping them in hot water. And this year, we’ve been experimenting with infusing our signature lemonade with its floral flavors, which has been a treat! It’s important to note that the berries should not be eaten raw, as they have a toxic alkaloid that’s concentrated in the seeds, leaves, and woody parts. Once deseeded, the deep purple berries can be turned into tart, nutrient-packed juices, jams, syrups, and more; cooking the whole berries also makes them safe to eat. ⁠

Have you ever tried fresh Elderberries or Elderflowers? We’d love to hear in the comments!

Nature sure is showing off this spring. 🌸 🌕  Here’s a peek inside our ecosystem on a beautiful May day, starting with th...
05/17/2022

Nature sure is showing off this spring. 🌸 🌕 Here’s a peek inside our ecosystem on a beautiful May day, starting with this morning’s moon. Alongside the daily hustle & bustle of our working farm are these quiet moments that remind us simply to stop, breathe, and be present. Scroll through to “stroll” the farm with us…

Stone fruit season has arrived! 🍑 🍑 🍑 ⁠⁠Our May market tables are filled with a bounty of vibrant fruit as our longest c...
05/14/2022

Stone fruit season has arrived! 🍑 🍑 🍑 ⁠

Our May market tables are filled with a bounty of vibrant fruit as our longest citrus season ever overlaps with summer stone fruits' early entrance. Gold Kist and Flora Gold apricots made their debut this week, along with delectable Zee Fire nectarines, and Tropic Snow and Eva’s Pride peaches. ⁠

Tomorrow, the On-Farm Saturday Farmstand will be stocked with these gems from the orchards alongside a variety of juicy late-season mandarins, grapefruits, lemons, and oranges. Meanwhile, the garden is alive with gorgeous spring splendor (and will be open tomorrow for you to explore!); we're harvesting crisp sugar snap peas, spring onions, leeks, lettuces, carrots, and more; and will of course be stocked with pasture-raised meat and EGGS; Orange Blossom Honey Lemonade; farm merch, and more. Hope to see you there! ⁠

And if you can’t make it on Saturday, stop by one of our farmers markets throughout the week!⁠

MARKET SCHEDULE ⤵︎⁠
Wednesday @smfms⁠
Thursday @thousandoaksfarmersmarket⁠
Saturday @downtownventurafarmersmarket⁠
Apricot Lane Farms On-Farm Saturday Farmstand⁠
Sunday @marvistafarmersmarket

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10700 Broadway Rd
Moorpark, CA
93021

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Scottish Highland Cattle, Dorper Sheep, Goats, Chickens, Horses, 75 varieties of orchard fruit, a beautiful veg garden.

Opening Hours

10am - 3pm

Telephone

(805) 523-4444

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75 varieties of stone fruit, lemons, avocados plus a vegetable garden, all certified Biodynamic & Organic. Our soy free, green grass pastured eggs are available at select markets in Southern California.

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Welcome to Apricot Lane Farms. Join the Chester family’s journey to transform 200 acres of barren land into a thriving natural haven in Biggest Little Farm for today's #AttheMovies.
Repost from Apricot Lane Farms So loved meeting the team and getting to dig deeper into the Apricot Lane story. So very impressed with what you're achieving on so many levels! Thank you for the invitation and the open-heartedness of the team! _______ After a decade of regenerating the land of our farm, we’re taking a good look at our soil and re-examining our farming methodologies as we enter a new era. Agroecologist Nicole Masters just visited and worked with our farm teams, and we had the best time, and learned so much, connecting over our collective love of SOIL! Overall, her teachings inspired us to achieve the goal of increased fungal activity in our soil..⁠ ⁠ Our team left immensely inspired with creative solutions and ideas for how to achieve this, and we’ve already begun to run with some. One strategy is to experiment with a few new compost tea brewing, extraction, and application techniques. Additionally, we’ll be implementing a more refined composting process that encourages fungal growth, by taking finished vermicast and inoculating it with fish hydrolysate and wood chips, then allowing it to cure for a while (fungi like white wood best, so we’ll be harvesting Cottonwood and Willows around the farm for this purpose). And in certain pastures, we'll purposefully be doing nothing —10 years of regeneration has afforded us the opportunity to let the land rest, giving the existing microbiology the time and space to flourish, undisturbed. We’re also looking forward to doing a lot more microscope work to observe and better understand the microbes living in our compost, extracts, and brews! 🔬 ⁠ ⁠ If you’re interested in diving deeper into soil health and agroecology, we highly recommend you check out Nicole’s book “For The Love of Soil” or her Integrity Soils online courses, which she is generously offering for 30% off for friends of the farm with the code “ALF30.” For more info, visit the link in our bio or shoot us a DM! ⁠ #regenerativeagriculture #biodynamic #soilhealth #organicagriculture #agroecology #soilorganicmatter #compost #composting #savesoil
Plan a quick getaway to any of the local farms in the area, including the now-famous Apricot Lane Farms for a fun and educational afternoon. Learn about sustainable farming practices and meet some of the cutest animals around. Learn more about the farm-focused lifestyle at Harvest at Limoneira through our blog: https://harvestatlimoneira.com/2022/03/a-farm-focused-lifestyle/
Just watching the Return.. Why was Buster left with Emma after he was injured? What made you decide to bring in the rejected lamb but not Buster???😭
I insisted that a friend of mine watch Biggest Little Farm - his comment, "It changed my life." It changed ours too. We look at our land here in California so differently. If only I could get the Gardners to look at it that way too and stop pulling my ground cover and trimming bushes that are flowering and alive with bees. I have so many wonderful fruit trees and vegetables growing. I just have to get the land healed. The next campaign is to convince people to stop covering their land with plastic that looks like grass.
こんにちは!Ring the Bell HAYAMA事務局です。    本日から10日間、Ring the Bell HAYAMA店主の赤野のカリフォルニア滞在記をお送りします。3ヶ月に渡る滞在記録から、印象的だった出来事をピックアップして綴る全5回シリーズです。お楽しみに! 【店主赤野のサステナブルなカリフォルニア滞在記】第1回:旅のはじまり <Part 1> 2020年12月5日深夜。 僕はタクシーで羽田空港・国際線ターミナルに向かっていました。 最終目的地はアメリカ、サンフランシスコ国際空港。 旅の目的は2つありました。 ひとつは過去の自分に会いに行くこと。 高校時代、多様なジャンルを融合させたロック系クロスオーバーミュージックに傾倒していた僕は、いつしかミュージシャンになるという夢を抱くようになっていました。 やるならば本場でと、高校卒業後、スーツケース1つとエレクトリックギター1本とともに渡米。 ローカルバンドに加入し、当時スラッシュメタルやファンクロック、ハードコアパンク、グランジが盛り上がっていたサンフランシスコベイエリアを中心にライブ三昧の日々を送っていました。 その後いくつかのターニングポイントを経て、ミュージシャンになりたかった僕がうつわ屋さんをしているのだから人生はおもしろい。 あんなに好きだったギターに触れることも今ではほとんどなくなりましたが、ある時ふと昔の自分に会いに行きたくなったのです。 そしてもうひとつは、映画「ビッグ・リトル・ファーム 理想の暮らしのつくり方(原題:The Biggest Little Farm)」の舞台となったアプリコット・レーン・ファーム(Apricot Lane Farms)を訪れること。 鑑賞のきっかけは、横須賀にある会員制の里山体験・農園「ありんくりんの森」の伊藤力さんのSNS投稿でした。 そこに綴られていたのは、オンライン上映会のお知らせとともに参加者不足によって開催が危ぶまれているというメッセージ。 伊藤さんは、自然と調和した畑作りや里山暮らしに魅せられ、「全ての家族に菜園を」をテーマに活動を続けている方。 湘南国際村の土地を一から開墾した農園で、里山の循環に触れながら野菜作りなどを学べるスクールを2020年まで運営していました。 その中にあったのが、欲しい野菜を自由に畑から収穫して購入できるという農園スーパー。 お客さんとして通ううちに伊藤さんと知り合い、ありんくりんの森で採れた無農薬野菜をRing the Bell HAYAMAで販売させてもらっていました。 そんな彼が主催する上映会なら、とほんの軽い気持ちで申し込み鑑賞。 映画の内容は、都会で暮らしていた夫婦が郊外へ移り住み、大自然と共生しながら美しい農場を作りあげていく8年間を描いたドキュメンタリー。 「この農園に今すぐ訪れたい」と思わせるのに、十分な説得力がありました。 #ringthebellhayama #リングザベル葉山 #逗子葉山 #葉山 #うつわのある暮らし #サステナブルな暮らし #持続可能な暮らし #暮らしのアイデア #無農薬野菜 #ビッグ・リトル・ファーム #ありんくりんの森 #農園 #アプリコット・レーン・ファーム #サンフランシスコ #カリフォルニア Apricot Lane Farms ありんくりんの森
Yesterday was the AP Environmental Science exam. Today my class is celebrating its completion by watching The Biggest Little Farm. We just met the beekeeper and some are already hooked!
"Emma was truly a magical being who will remain alive and well in the upcoming series of films I’ve yet to share about her, and in all of our hearts." - John Chester Apricot Lane Farms 🐖 Rest in peace, Emma, you will be missed #BiggestLittleFarm
"Emma was truly a magical being who will remain alive and well in the upcoming series of films I’ve yet to share about her, and in all of our hearts." - John Chester Apricot Lane Farms 🐖 Rest in peace, Emma, you will be missed #BiggestLittleFarm
Apricot Lane Farms Mark your calendars! “The Biggest Little Farm: The Return” — our new 30-minute special produced with National Geographic — premieres on Disney+ this Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd 🌏
Apricot Lane Farms “OFFICIAL TRAILER LAUNCH 🎥🌏 We’re SO EXCITED to share this very first glimpse of “The Biggest Little Farm: The Return”!! Our new 30-minute special produced with National Geographic premieres on Disney+ this #EarthDay, Friday, April 22nd. The special picks up where the original The Biggest Little Farm left off, and dives even deeper into our farm ecosystem. You’ll witness the stories of an adorable lamb named Moe who befriends our family, new adventures with Emma, and more explorations of how our farm utilizes the interconnectedness of nature to help build soil health, maximize biodiversity, and regeneratively grow the most nutrient-dense food possible. We can’t wait to share it with you!!”