Laurel Grove Wine Farm is an estate permaculture farm and vineyard in Winchester, Virginia roughly 90 miles east of Washington DC in the Shenandoah Valley

Once fully operational, Laurel Grove will have about 80 acres planted with a variety of produce, fruit and nut trees, and wildflowers; 40 acres of which will be own-rooted viniferaThese perennial systems will be home to sheep, chickens and other fowland eventually pigs and cattle.  All of the products grown or produced at Laurel Grove will be sold at Patti’s Place, the on-site farm market and community center. As with Patti’s Place the farm will be a family operation, owned and operated by The Mommen Family. 

Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture is a philosophy and approach to land management.  Regenerative agriculture asks us to think about how all aspects of agriculture are connected through a web—a network of entities who grow, enhance, exchange, distribute, and consume goods and services—instead of a linear supply chain. It’s about farming and ranching in a style that nourishes people and the earth, with specific practices varying from grower to grower and from region to region. There’s no strict rule book, but the holistic principles behind the dynamic system of regenerative agriculture are meant to restore soil and ecosystem health and leave our land, waters, and climate in better shape for future generations. 

Regenerative growers foster and protect relationships—between people, lands, waterbodies, livestock, wildlife, and microbial life in soil.   
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Laurel Grove Wine Farm

A key difference between regenerative and organic agriculture is that organic farms are tied to a set of rules established by the government regarding inputs and farming practices, where regenerative agriculture is not bound by rules but by a commitment to improving soil health and the overall quality and health of the land and, leaving it better for the next generation. There are currently a handful of NGOs who offer Regenerative Certification but there is no uniform definition or standard between them.  The product of both approaches is a healthier, more nutritious product. 

Regenerative agriculture is not bound by rules but by a commitment to improving soil health and the overall quality and health of the land and, leaving it better for the next generation

The Vineyard

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