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Dirt Rich Sustainable Education



Dirt Rich Education revolves around sustainable practices in our personal lives and our community. 

Being ‘Dirt Rich’ gives individuals and families the freedom to live a healthy and meaningful life with less stress and more joy.   

Sustainable practices may include, but are not limited to:

Growing Your Own Pesticide-Free Food

Rainwater Capture

Composting and Vermicomposting

Meat, Dairy, and Egg Production (for individual and local community use)

Natural Pest Control using Beneficial Insects

Fermented Foods (Kefir, Sourdough, Kombucha)

Canning and Preserving Food

Bread Making (Sourdough and Healthy Whole Grain)

Sustainable Housing

Sustainable Farm Consultation

Income Sources for Your Sustainable Life

Marketing on a Shoestring Budget

Learning sustainable skills empowers individuals and families to live a healthier life, with pride in their ability to control their environment and food source.  These sustainable homestead practices allow us the freedom to choose exactly how we want to live so that we are not dependent on the “rat race” for our existence.


Dirt Rich Resources

Olin and Leigh Funderburk have created multiple learning resources under the ‘Dirt Rich’ brand.  Currently they have the following resources available to the public:


“Dirt Rich”
How to Experience More Joy and Less Stress Through Sustainable Farm Living

available on Amazon, Kindle, and our website farm store


“Dirt Rich Kids Coloring and Activity Book”

available on the our website farm store


“Dirt Rich”

Online Learning Course

available soon


Speaking Engagements

The ‘Dirt Rich’ Couple can speak on multiple sustainable topics including (but not limited to):

What it Means to Be Dirt Rich
Marketing Your Farm on a Shoestring Budget
Income Sources for Small Acreage

Contact Olin and Leigh by e-mail stoneycreekfarmtennessee@gmail.com
or by phone 615-591-0015 to book them for your next meeting or conference