SHAMBA is an acronym for Sustainable Homestead and Microclimate Based Agriculture. The word “shamba” also happens to mean homestead in Swahili, and perfectly describes the scope of the farm: small and managed mostly by hand. Founded in 2016 by Sarah Graham, an educator, yoga teacher, herbalist, beekeeper, and gardening enthusiast. Camp Sunflower sessions are also available. A guesthouse, vintage camper, and primitive camping sites are also available which is convenient for farm stays. You may buy eggs, honey, herbal medicine and salves, and fresh herbs from them for your lovely home! You are sure to buy products grounded with clean, pure, and made with loving care for the land, animals, and most especially for you as a customer.
SHAMBA has been featured on TRF's Kim's List. Read the blog entry on 6 Sustainable Farms in Elgin You Can Buy Organic Produce From