Kate Savidan and Nate Curry met in Yokohama, Japan in 1999 while Nate was stationed on the USS Kitty Hawk and Kate taught english with the JET Programme. The first few years of their 20-year-marriage was spent in Japan and Sicily where Nate was stationed with the U.S.Navy and Kate worked as a journalist and marketing manager. After almost a decade of service, Nate separated from the military and they moved their young family to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia in 2006.
After ten years of research, learning, apprenticing and falling in love with the Eastern Panhandle, they decided to begin the process of fulfilling Kate's dream of owning a farm, and in 2017 they purchased 17-acres in Bunker Hill, West Virginia.
They currently live there along with their four homeschooled children, five dogs, 10 cats, a small herd of Nigerian Dwarf goats, pet geese and countless ducks, chickens and turkeys. They remain devoted to providing all of their animals a comfortable, natural, chemical-free life as well as raising small-batch, craft food that is healthy and sustainable.
455 Cheshire Rd
Bunker Hill, WV 25413