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About Our Paw Paws

My name is Adam Stackpole, and with some help from my family, I am building Perry Paw Paws. I work hard every day to meet these goals. I am really excited that you’re here and hope that in time, you will come to think of me as your farmer.

Perry Paw Paws is an extension of Perry Permaculture, a farm based in Perry, Michigan that practices permaculture, a system of agricultural and social design that mimics the patterns and relationships found in nature. Adam Stackpole, along with help from his family, has built Perry Paw Paws and Perry Permaculture. Perry Permaculture grows a variety of vegetables, fruits (including paw paws), and herbs, as well as raises pasture-raised chickens. Our farm also has a large climate-controlled greenhouse where we are able to grow our pawpaw seedlings.

While attending MSU, Adam found horticulture and fell in love. A 2020 graduate, he has spent his time growing plants and carving out his niche in the industry. After five years learning the ins and outs of growing trees while working for a local tree nursery, he settled on a few species of food producing trees- namely the paw paw. After falling in love with propagating the tree and eating the fruit, he saw the demand for higher quality trees and a larger quantity of them. The industry is struggling to meet demand, something he hopes to change.

Contact Adam Stackpole - the founder of Perry Paw Paws

Adam spent the summer of 2022 building a climate controlled greenhouse designed specifically for paw paw propagation. With the goal to focus solely on the propagation of paw paw trees, Adam hopes this focus will help him meet the national and international demand for the trees. Currently, the trees are near impossible to buy at a residential scale due to a lack of supply. Not only does Adam hope to meet the demand for residential sales, he also hopes to be able to supply enough trees for commercial orchards to begin being planted.