Join Bagaduce estuary admirer, photographer, and neighbor Ann Flewelling for a scenic virtual trip across the miles and seasons of this special waterway.
Here, in 1996 Ann, a psychologist and her husband Charles Read, a teacher, purchased the east shore property in celebration of their first wedding anniversary. They named their place FARVIEW FARM. However, how and what they would "farm", or promote as stewards, evolved over the years.
This is the story of people who care for the land, who make mistakes and learn from them, and who, best of all, have accepted ecologically wise advice from friends and mentors. They, along with the birds, moths, caterpillars, and bees as well as native pollinator plants, good bugs, and creatures of the soil, thank you!