We practice regenerative or sustainable farming methods with the goal of restoring the health of the soil. By employing these methods, we believe our soil will not only be healthier but so will our vegetables and our earth.
Mike & Barb Phillips, owners of The Lodge at Blue Sky and founders of Saving Gracie Equine Healing Foundation, had always envisioned having a local farm on Blue Sky property. In 2018 their vision came to life with Gracie’s Farm. Located in Wanship, the farm shares the property with the Equine Healing Foundation that Barb founded in 2014. When Barb & Mike met Lynsey Gammon they knew she could create their longtime vision. Lynsey had a rich history of farming in Utah and her focus on soil health was exactly what Gracie’s Farm needed. The first year of farming focused mostly on building growing structures and soil beds. The land had been overgrazed for years and was as hard as rock!
Spring & Summer
arugula, radishes, turnips, beets, cabbage, kale, squash, beets, carrots, garlic, lettuce, peas, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, flowers
Fall & Winter
microgreens, head lettuce, collard greens, kale, radishes, parsnips, carrots
Director of Farming
Lynsey remembers the first time her grandmother gave her a snap pea to eat fresh from the vine; vibrant green, perfectly crunchy, and with a complex flavor she had never before experienced from store-bought vegetables. Lynsey knew then that growing your own food with patience and reverence held a special kind of magic. Lynsey has dedicated herself to the craft of farming. She employs the best sustainable growing techniques with a focus on soil integrity, and does ongoing in-depth reviews of climate patterns to plan out which crops will be grown and harvested throughout the year.