Our mission is to grow high-quality, culinary mushrooms that are healthy & tasty while supporting families of those who serve.
Very tasty (meat, seafood, & poultry replacement)
All-natural farming in a coll high-tech facility
Provide jobs for families of those who serve
Raise income to support our non-profit work
Help the families of those that service find generational hope & healing
Grown By Veterans, Supporting Veterans
We provide jobs for those who serve but now need some space to heal or just want to serve others.
These Aren't Your Average Mushrooms
“Humans only use 10% of their brain, and if you could unlock the other 90% you’d be unstoppable.” This is a fairly common theme, usually in movies showcasing people who become superhuman by finding the full potential of their brain."
Lions Mane, part of the Hericium genus of mushrooms, won’t make you into a superhuman. It is, however, known for its ability to boost your brainpower. In most of the movies involving unlocking the mind, increased focus and concentration are the first improvements people notice, followed by better memory retention. These are some of the benefits that Lions Mane is known for.
Anxiety and depression, which are sometimes debilitating, hold many people back in life. The medications don’t always work and have some staggering possible side effects, but people have been getting some relief with Lions Mane. To top it off, promising studies have shown that even neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Parkinson’s, maybe eased by eating meals with Lions Mane regularly due to its ability to repair damaged brain cells.
Comb Tooth and Bears Head are close cousins to Lions Mane and have many similarities. In fact, while there aren’t any poisonous look-alikes for the Hericiums, they are often hard to tell apart and confused for each other. As such, while Comb Tooth and Bears Head haven’t been studied as much as Lions Mane, it’s reasonable to think they may share the beneficial properties as well.
We offer several, sought after specialty mushrooms:
We use advanced technology to digitally control the temperature, humidity, lighting & oxygen levels of our grow rooms. This enables us to deliver the best quality mushrooms to our customers every time.
The popularity of mushrooms in the US is growing rapidly.
The specialty mushroom market has grown 20% per year for the last six years and is forecast to nearly double by 2025.
Oyster & shiitake have become popular meat substitutes in veggie burgers and jerky.
In restaurants, shiitake use has increased 17% and portobello use is up 23% over the last three years.
" Highly recommended. I just loved the log lasting freshness of the mushrooms. "