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It began over 29 years ago with Mark and Jennifer Ludeman.

But it wasn’t always “Ludeman’s,” per se. It started as a lawn care business, then they swept chimneys, later they started selling wood stoves…. Like every good idea, it evolved through a series of steps into what it is today.

Namely, a place you can get just about anything for the home. Wood stoves. Patio furniture. Barbecues. Not to mention seeds, chicks, fertilizer, tools, and everything else in the Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center.

Healing Ponds, the Ludeman's Farm

Healing Ponds, the Ludeman's Farm

You see, along with running a business, the Ludemans also run a farm, Healing Ponds: about 40 acres in Washington County where they raise animals, practice permaculture and grow food. The Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center is where the business and the farm meet. (We like to think it shows off the best of both.)

Ludeman's Backyard Farm & Garden Center

Ludeman's Backyard Farm & Garden Center

If you want to know more about patios, barbecues, fireplaces and the like, visit our official website here.

But if you’re interested in the Farm & Garden Center, you’re in the right place, right now. Have a look around and let us know what you think. Make a comment, find us on Facebook (we’re “Ludeman’s Farm & Garden Center, and Healing Ponds Farm”) or follow us on Twitter @ludemansfarm.

And come down to the store.

Elisabeth McCumber

Hi there.

It’s me. I’m Elisabeth McCumber, blogger at Ludeman’s.

I write about sustainability, helpful tips for the garden, permaculture, real food, peak oil, do-it-yourself ideas, and other things. Also, I’m really interested in your feedback, so start a conversation. Make a comment and share what you know!



8 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi.
    Nice to read your blog / website.

    Posted by Queue Farms | August 3, 2011, 5:44 am
  2. You have great photos! You should submit some of them to The Green Life’s farm photo contest. Check it out and keep writing!

    Posted by hopeschaitkin | June 28, 2012, 7:30 am
  3. Love the farm animals (so happy looking) and all their goodies!

    Posted by Sophie Campbell | July 14, 2012, 7:38 pm

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