Our farm and homestead is entirely off the grid and continuously strives towards being self sustaining. We’re set on 80 acres of land in the Sierra national forest and overlook the San Joaquin river. We farm regionally appropriate vegetables on three acres of land comprising over 40 terraced fields, 7 hoophouses and two acres of orchards and vines. We raise chickens and goats, and practice holistic grazing of our land with our goat herd and chicken flock, as well as regenerative forest management using animals, tools, and fire.
Our vision is to promote and participate in the transition towards local, sustainable food systems and regenerative farming and ecological practices. We do this by managing our farm using agroecology and permaculture methodologies to not only produce nutrient dense food but to improve health of the land, the air, the water and the community for current and future generations. Our farm serves as a venue where we can inspire, educate and empower people to grow their own food, manifest their own paths in respect to the 5 elements necessary to life: food, water, shelter, energy and community and experience first hand how regenerative agriculture and social involvement is a viable solution to some of our biggest social, economic and ecological problems.
Dedicated to cultivating connections between people, their food systems, and our mother earth, while engaging the community to develop and share practices that promote regenerative agriculture by inspiring, educating and empowering people through life experiences, community involvement and school garden projects.
All of our farming and land management practices are aimed at creating the greatest positive impact on the environment, the health of our soils, and nutrition of our food. We strive towards economic sustainability by using low cost, hand powered production methods, re-purposing/reusing materials, and by following holistic sales and marketing practices.