Become a Patron

Community Supported Agriculture with a twist!
Become a #diaryofafarmvirgin member on Patreon!

After you subscribe to our #diaryofafarmvirgin podcast and channel, you can become part of our patron community to receive:

Early access to audio and video releases

Freebies and exclusive content

Monthly discounts on farm goodies

Hand-processed Fluff & Stuff - direct to your door!

Enjoy having a bundle of natural and/or naturally dyed, homegrown roving, top, mini batts, or natural dye kits sent each month for you to spin into your very own yarn.

Goat Lover's Specials

Each month, receive a bar of Zach’s amazing handcrafted goat milk soap or one of our specialty body butters.

At Home Herbal Apothecary Tips

Receive recipes, tips, herbal profiles, and other healthful how-to’s. Plus, get monthly discount codes for homemade and homegrown herbal samplers, such as: tea blends, seasoning salts, syrups, and more.


Live Q&A's

Join Keisha live and direct and engage with the Black Sheep Fiber Circle community as she knits/spins and hosts a monthly Q&A.

Direct Input

Let your voice be heard. Direct access at your fingertips to make suggestions, take part in polls, and vote on potential or upcoming projects.

Discounted Classes & Workshops

Each week, receive exclusive Diary of a Farm Virgin tutorial videos, short information lessons, or other farmsteady digital content sent straight to your inbox. These will include tips and tricks to help you practice and embrace your individual agrarian arts journey. Also receive course coupons and bonus content from Mr. High Hog!








Creating a thriving hub for multicultural and ancestral agrarian arts, land-based education, and regenerative growth. Growing a vibrant and inclusive community by providing fun and informative programs on and off the farm, cultivating goodwill and understanding between people across difference through education, hospitality, and play.


To operate a sustainable agri-business, providing local communities and those most vulnerable, with quality food, food-based education, and support for an equitable food system.

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