Juneberry Press

January 12, 2023
front lawn garden

[Unlearning] Lawn Care: Letting nature in meant letting go of everything I knew

How letting nature lead at home changed everything I’ve ever known about lawn care.
January 12, 2023
chickens

The hardest workers on our farm are living well, dreaming big, and laying eggs.

Meet our farming co-workers. Adam, our livestock manager shares his insights on how chickens are essential to revitalizing soil and building a thriving regenerative system at Juneberry Ridge.
December 21, 2022

Happy holidays from Juneberry Ridge!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
November 23, 2022
Greenhouse Team

With the best intentions, we fell victim to monoculture aquaponics.

We scaled up 10x, and as proud as we were about our aquaponics success, I'm even more proud of what we did next: we let it collapse.
January 21, 2022

Changing the way the world grows by Foundation for the Carolinas

Part retreat, part conference center, part weekend getaway, part farm, part agritourism destination and part mission to prove the concept of regenerative farming – Juneberry Ridge is hard to describe because there’s no one way to describe it. And that’s not even mentioning the tilapia, trout and clay shooting. By Timothy Hager
November 1, 2021

Choose your adventure at Juneberry Ridge by Our State Magazine

Retreat to the rolling countryside to roast s’mores outside of a cabin; hike, forage, and explore in the woods; listen to live music; and discover the true meaning of farm-to-table. By Katie Schanze
October 11, 2021

The forgotten fruit: How N.C. farmers and businesses are reintroducing folks to pawpaws

When most people hear the word pawpaw, they might think of their grandpa. But a pawpaw is also a fruit that grows all the way from the Great Lakes down to some parts of Florida. By Victoria Wresilo
July 1, 2021

Nourishing Nature by South Park Magazine

At Juneberry Ridge, seeds for a bright and beautiful future have been sown. By Ross Howell Jr.  |  Photographs By Amy Freeman
February 25, 2021

Juneberry Ridge: A socially distant safe haven in Stanly County

The challenges of the last year have caused businesses worldwide to seek innovative solutions for creating connectivity during the COVID-19 pandemic. As organizations in the Charlotte Region explore opportunities to hold safe, socially responsible meetings, Stanly County features a unique safe haven that has become an innovative solution to many organizations during the pandemic. By Kaitlin Rogers
December 17, 2020

Partnerships with purpose: A conversation with Foundation For The Carolinas and Juneberry Ridge

AB Bernstein was pleased to partner with Foundation For The Carolinas and Judy Carpenter's Juneberry Ridge (previously Lucky Clays Farm) to host a discussion on sustainability, investing in the community, and progress on preparing for 2021 and beyond.
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