Hassena Kassim

Feeding the soil that nurtures our plants. Healthy plants, healthy planet and happy people. Thank you

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Location: West, Buncombe, Madison, McDowell, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain, North Central, Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Davidson, Davie, Durham, Forsyth, Granville, Guilford, Orange, Person, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, Vance, Yadkin

Total acres 10.0

Acres of cropland or tillable land 2.0

Acres of pasture 5.0

Acres of unfenced pasture 3.0

Looking for the following:

Type of opportunity:

Sale (Standard), Sale (Owner Financed), Lease with Option to Buy, Business Partnership, Employment, Employment with Transfer. More info: Good day, I am looking to expand our worm farm to Western NC. The climate and culture seem supportive. There are no known worm farms in WNC. Worm farms compliment other enterprises, like cut flowers, herbs and of course animals. Anyone that produces waste needs worms. Worm farms don't require hours of daily chores. This leaves time to grow other ventures, like flowers or herbs. We are looking for a place to sink roots, a business partnership, lease with option to buy or employement are all options while we work out the deatails. Thank you

Equipment & infrastructure:

Barn, Fencing, Greenhouse, Livestock facilities, Farmer housing, Farm equipment, Irrigation equipment. More info: The worm farm is best in a greenhouse, hoophouse or tarped roof to keep out the rainy season, providing a little shade and insulation during the winter. We are also wish to farm flowers and herbs, possibly raising chickens for eggs and goats for milk.

Current production on farm:

Flowers, Herbs, Orchard, Vegetable production. More info: Currently we are an urban farm. At home we raise worms, flowers, herbs, fruits veggies and plus laying hens. We teach wormshops, build custom worm bins, support local schools and gardening groups. Our main products for sale are the worms, vermicompost and bins.

Current farming practices:

Biodynamic, Transitioning to organic, Ecological production but not certified. More info: We feed the worms only organic scraps at the time. Since we are small we are selective. We are beginning to apply biodynamic farming practices. We consider our farming practice to be beyond organic. Utilizing materials on hand to make great soil for healthy plants and peoples.

Qualifications and goals:

Previous farming experience:

Volunteer, Employee, Manager

Number of years experience:


Other qualifications:

Incubator program, Farm business training, Higher education in agriculture or related field. More info: I've worked at the Phoenix Zoo as their farmer for almost 10 years. Assisted with developing and teaching Urban Farming programs at a community college. Owner/Founder of Vermilove Worm Farm and more LLC 4 years. I've leased farm land to grow herbs for tea 3 years. Certified Arborist ISA for 3 years

Production goals:

Flowers, Hay or pasture, Herbs, Orchard, Vegetable production, Vineyard. More info: Our production goals are centered on the worm farm, supplying the community with local compost, worms and education. . We'd like to increase our production yearly, growing slowly and consistently. Worms take 3-6 months for their first harvest. Then harvest can be 2-3 times a week. The more worms the more compost.