We are Diana and Tom Kerr, the owner/operators of Forest Moon Farms. Our farm sits on 16 acres on land located just North of Liberty. We strive to provide the freshest, tastiest, all natural produce in the Triad / Triangle. We consider our growing practices "beyond organic"; we use absolutely no synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. We employ all natural methods such as companion planting, crop rotation, and permaculture design to protect and encourage naturally healthy and nutritious vegetables. We believe that naturally grown vegetables are not only the best for you, they are also the best tasting. Sustainability is a cornerstone of our business; conscientious land stewardship and conservation are as vital as profits.
Diana has an off-farm job working remotely for an environmental firm out of Virginia. Tom also works off-farm as a Political Science Adjunct at Alamance Community College. Tom is a Navy veteran serving eight years on Active Duty as a Surface Warfare Officer. Our last duty station was in Washington, DC. Living in the city was a great experience but it made us realize how disconnected we had become from nature. We are both from small towns in Pennsylvania and wanted to get back to small town living. Moving back to rural America was the best decision for us. Working the land has had a profound impact on our minds and bodies; we feel healthier and more at peace than any other time in our lives together.