Sustainable Life Skill to Pass Down to Children and Grandchildren
Leigh Funderburk’s Aunt Susan taught her to make Southern Sourdough Bread years ago and she wants to share that wonderful life skill with you. This sourdough recipe has a sweet, savory (even comforting) taste that will have your friends and family begging for more! This life skill can be passed on to future generations…a great way to leave a meaningful legacy.
Leigh has been teaching her Sourdough Bread and Cinnamon Rolls Class in person for 7+ years at her farm in Franklin, Tennessee and selling the products in herfarm store. She has had numerous requests for an online program that could reach others who live too far from our farm to attend an in-person class.
After taking this course you will see how easy it is to:
1. make sourdough starter
2. mix and prepare dough for loaves and rolls
3. make sourdough cinnamon rolls
4. download course recipes and instructions for future reference.
This new online course is geared specifically for those individuals who want to learn how to make their own homemade sourdough bread and cinnamon rolls, and need a curriculum that fits their schedule. It is also for those people who would like to make extra income with a sourdough ‘side-hustle’ or full time business.
To learn more about the course and/or register, click on the link below:
About the Instructor
After college graduation, Leigh had three successful careers serving in management, merchandising, marketing and sales for over 30 years. She had no idea that teaching life skills would be her life long passion and future career…
Yearning for a simple, more sustainable lifestyle, Leigh and her husband, Olin, founded Stoney Creek Farm in 2005 and opened to the public in 2010 with a Summer U-Pick Garden, garden rental plots, and educational seminars. Leigh retired in February of 2013 to expand their sustainable farm and better serve the community.
Leigh continues to pursue the farm mission of “teaching people how to grow their own healthy food”, as well as educating the public on sustainable living practices via the Stoney Creek Farm website and social media. Stoney Creek Farm has been featured on television shows and news segments such as Volunteer Gardener, Live Green Tennessee, the Christian Broadcast Network, WZTV Fox17 and WKRN-TV News 2. They have also been featured on Radio talk shows such as WTN’s Michael DelGiorno Show and Franklin’s WAKM 950.
In 2016, the Funderburk’ published a book on sustainable farm living called, “Dirt Rich” and distributed over 2,000 in print and e-book formats to date. Leigh also wrote a children’s coloring and activity book called “Dirt Rich Kids” in the 4th Quarter of 2016 with the purpose of teaching kids about sustainable living and how they can make a difference in the world.