Who is BAMMM Farms?
We are a family who believes that simple is best. We believe that good, wholesome, unprocessed food is a key component to health and wellness. We believe that food crops should be grown as chemical-free as possible in high quality, nutrient dense soil. We believe every person has the ability to grow their own food. We believe everyone deserves access to high quality, nutrient dense foods no matter where you live. We believe growing sustainably is right thing to do — for our health, for our families, for our community, for our environment, for our future.
We started off on this journey with a backyard garden and quickly realized that success in the garden depended on the quality of the soil. Many things did not grow well in our sandy South Georgia soil without using excess amounts of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers. This was not acceptable. So, we set off to find the best, chemical-free, nutrient dense soil amendments and stumbled upon worm castings! With worm castings, we were able to produce an abundance of high quality produce in a small backyard garden. We starting selling the extra produce at local farmers markets and co-ops and in 2017, a huge community interest in our process led us to create BAMMM FARMS , a vermiculture farm producing high quality, chemical free worm castings, compost teas and potting soil blends.
Community is at the heart of what we are about and we are honored to say that over the last year, we have partnered with 4 local elementary schools to create school gardens, a church to build a community garden and a non-profit to build a therapy garden for veterans with PTSD. We have taught classes on vermiculture, small garden techniques, organic/chemical free gardening and various health related topics at schools, colleges and community groups. We are proud members of WayGreen Farmer’s Market and Co-op and the Slow Food Movement of South Georgia!
Please contact us for questions regarding consultations for garden designs and speaking engagements. Worms and worm castings will be available for sale soon on this site and our Ebay store. Message us for bulk orders! Check out our blog posts and follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates and upcoming events!
Life’s a garden, can you dig it?