Hannah Rose Weber, Farmer/Owner

With an up bringing deeply tied to the farms and restaurants of Northern Michigan, and a background in photography and writing, Hannah found her way to farming through her love of food and art making. She cut her teeth by way of intensive training in organic farm management through Michigan State’s Student Organic Farm, and now seeks to build a small farming business that brings consumers closer to the origin of their food. When she’s not farming she's cooking or sharing a beer with her farmer friends. 

photo credit Petar Pavlov 

photo credit Petar Pavlov 

Matthew Keating, Farm Manager

Matthew Keating has been 5 years farming in Ann Arbor and adding youthful energy to the archaic practice and lifestyle, balancing the soil rich days by dancing Argentine Tango in the night. 


Rachael Gingerich, Harvest Manager

Rachael is entering her fifth season as a farmer in Washtenaw County. She is excited to cut lots of greens, wrestle some tomato plants and be covered in dirt for most of the season. After work you can usually find her eating pastries (sour cream donuts and cream cheese danishes are the BEST), drinking copious amounts of coffee bean water at Argus Farm Stop, walking around barefoot and running around tracks (with shoes). She also plays the button box accordion, but is in the very beginning stages...


Marina Lualdi, Marketer

Marina has worked closely with farmers in Ann Arbor as a vegetable liaison at Argus Farm Stop 2015-2017 and as a farm assistant at the Land Loom in the summer of 2017. She will be helping out at the Kerry Town Farmers Market this summer, when she's not busy entertaining kids or learning about Tea. 


Rob Todd, Infrastructure Specialist

As the loving life partner of Hannah Rose, Rob has taken on the roll of general handy person on the farm. When he’s not welding a broken implement or building a storage shed at The Land Loom, Rob runs Robotodd Industries, a small fabrication shop specializing in custom furniture, signs, and interior fixtures.