Our Story

Ned Savage and Alexis Meyer have been stewarding this fertile land along the banks of upper Craig’s Creek full-time since 2018. Tutelo and other Siouxan-speaking peoples inhabited this area before the arrival of European settlers; by about 1830, the Sarver family had built a log cabin here, making it one of the oldest inhabited dwellings in Craig County. Ned’s grandparents, the Moomaws, purchased the land and cabin in 1947.

We’ve continued to make improvements to the cabin and land over the last few years. We grow, forage, and otherwise produce all manner of fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, woodland medicinal plants, maple syrup, holiday greenery and décor, and much more.

We also enjoy sharing this special place with friends, family, and visitors, and rent out primitive campsites through Hipcamp.