Awareness about food sovereignty is growing rapidly. As local products become competitive with industrially grown ones, community interaction and exchange will become more prevalent and a restart of household economies will begin again – as it has for much of human history. Our services focus on low-energy practices, practical for use in community and household economies. Our permaculture gardens and/or food forests are collaborations with homeowners, organizations and local communities focused on sustainability, sustenance and the twelve permaculture principles.
Our Market Garden, located at Shewatuck Farm, is a living outdoor classroom designed to demonstrate how to provide for our basic needs, on a small scale, close to where we live, whether that be a yard, leased land or community garden. It demonstrates this by providing seasonally available, vegetables and herbs for its staff as … Continue reading CSA and Market Garden