A Successful 2019 Fall Carpentry Course!

Our fall course is over. Join us in the spring as we finish our tiny house!

2020 1st QTR Classes: Intro to Graphic Design-Tuesdays or Wednesdays

Students will be introduced to graphic design principles and techniques, typography, and layout.

2020 1st QTR Classes: Digital photography

Explore the world around you while learning hardware, concepts, and techniques of digital photography.

Events

Find a class! We offer farm & marketing workshops, summer camps, equine trail events, homeschool classes and more!

Farm-Based High School

We have expanded our STEM programs! Learn more about the farm-based high school we opened in 2017 to serve the Richmond area!

Goats & Hair Sheep

Our specialty is naturally raised market goats and hair sheep. We continue to grow our herds and offer premium meat cuts.

Podcasts from the FUNie Farm

Farm Podcasts

We published our very first podcast! Stay tuned—there’s more to come!

"The greatest fine art of the future will be the making of a comforatable living from a small piece of land." —Abraham Lincoln

 

Farm & Homesteading Blog

Carpentry Class Fall 2019

Carpentry Class Fall 2019

10 Week Carpentry Class We finished our carpentry class last week. It’s been an interesting fall session. The goal was to design and build a tiny house while learning how to use the tools and equipment common to carpentry. We used an old, red barn/shed for the...

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LSUHS February 2019 Events!

LSUHS February 2019 Events!

What's new at LSUHS?This month we are launching two new classes and our signature youth conservation project! In addition, we are attending 3 VSU farm workshops this month! STEM CoursesWe are offering the following STEM classes for LSUHS students and the homeschooling...

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Homeschooling Blog

Carpentry Class Fall 2019

Carpentry Class Fall 2019

10 Week Carpentry Class We finished our carpentry class last week. It’s been an interesting fall session. The goal was to design and build a tiny house while learning how to use the tools and equipment common to carpentry. We used an old, red barn/shed for the...

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The Raid

The Raid

Day 1 Bleak. The farm is quiet. Dead quiet. Erie. It is missing its life. Our life. Normally we would be preparing for our morning routine. Horses out to the field (or for the last two days - the yard). Make rounds, check on everyone. Grab a saw and head to the woods...

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Well, hello.

Well, hello.

I saw her last night in the mirror as I passed by. She was right there, unexpectedly, and smiling warmly. I stopped and stared. A flood of emotions swept though me. I had only ever seen her in older photos. She was a beautiful young woman and I had always wondered...

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