Juneberry News & Events

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.
November 9, 2022

Beginning a 100 year food forest: The regeneration of West Hinson pasture

A fascination with edge spaces has guided one of the most interesting projects at Juneberry Ridge. In 2018, we began our transformation of the 20-acre West Hinson Pasture. After about a decade of cultivation as a conventional monoculture system, rotating corn and soybean crops, West Hinson is now a place where we are exploring regenerative agriculture. 
November 4, 2022

This Thanksgiving, ask your family where the turkey came from

Cooking a Thanksgiving feast is the work of heroes. Thankfully we have a few heroes of our own to help out. Order before Sunday, November 20.
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
July 30, 2021
Sunset on Juneberry Ridge

We found natural focus amid unusual times

When the Covid shutdown started, Juneberry Ridge faced the elimination of nearly 90% of our planned revenue for the year. This meant a lot of change, but five messages from our founder empowered our team to stay focused. By Bob Wilson