Community Supported Agriculture Small Farming Education
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Public Benefit & Access
Bracketts has a 12 acre lake that has been publicly accessible to fishermen since 2000. Fishermen must sign in at the main house in order to enjoy fishing in the lake.
Bracketts has hosted numerous workshops and seminars on agricultural topics over the past 8 years. These topics have included such timely and relevant subjects as "Warm Season Grasses" to "Bio Fuels from Grasses."
Bracketts has a Wildlife & Birding Trail that is part of the State of Virginia's Department of Game and Inland Fisheries system of trails for public use.
On September 8, 2009, volunteers for the Louisa Food Bank completed the harvest of nearly 2,000 lbs of winter squash. The squash were grown organically under the guidance of Virginia State University. 600 hills of winter squash were planted in the Spring by Farm Manager George Nolting.