Our Story

Harvest Moon Farm, established in 2003 by Patricia, embodies a deep-rooted commitment to sustainability, animal welfare, and reconnecting with the natural world. Inspired by her grandparents' self-sufficient lifestyle in Alabama, Patricia's vision for the farm has blossomed into a sanctuary for rescued animals and a haven for organic farming practices.


The journey began with a desire to grow vegetables in an eco-friendly manner, which gradually expanded to include the cultivation of herbs and flowers. Patricia's passion for holistic living led her to explore the health benefits of these plants, crafting her own infusions and tinctures from the farm's bounty.


In 2011, the farm took on a new dimension with the arrival of six rescued chickens, each with a name and a unique personality. Their presence not only enriched the farm but also reignited Patricia's childhood dream of creating a sanctuary for animals in need.


Today, Harvest Moon Farm is home to a diverse array of rescued animals, including chickens, roosters, rabbits, cats, goats, and horses. These animals, once destined for slaughterhouses or abandoned, now coexist peacefully on the farm, each contributing their own charm and character to the sanctuary.


Beyond providing a safe haven for animals, the farm serves as a beacon of sustainability and environmental stewardship. Through the sale of eggs, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and preserved foods, Harvest Moon Farm generates proceeds that support the ongoing care of the animal sanctuary and the preservation of the surrounding natural environment.

At its core, Harvest Moon Farm is more than just a farm—it's a sanctuary, a nature retreat, and a place of healing and renewal. In a world increasingly disconnected from the rhythms of nature, the farm offers a vital opportunity to reconnect with the Earth Mother, her plants, and her creatures. It stands as a testament to the enduring bond between humanity and the natural world, inviting all who visit to rediscover the beauty and wonder of life on the land.