Agriculture is embedded in all our lives in a unique way- we all eat every day, after all. Taking ownership over our communities means taking over our agriculture.
Good people always deserve good food. We want to do what we can to improve food access where it needs improving most.
Increasing the ability for small farms to grow the marketplace takes a collective effort. We believe our part is to help facilitate and take part in that collaboration. Such teamwork is essential in engendering healthy, resilient = communities.
Learning to read the book of nature requires a lot of a person. The demands of agriculture implicit in growing food also grow a persons patience, tenacity, compassion, and will, while balancing it like a fine garden soil.
We aspire to provide relevant and practical resources for this interested in agroecological approaches to home life, community life, or business.
Understanding the complex relationships in nature that support our food production is integral in giving any community staying power. It also brings all the members of nature into our sense of community.