An Organic Farm

“All the world’s problems can be solved in a garden.”


Geoff Lawton

Industrial Civilization has plundered the natural world for over 200 years, pushing all essential life support systems to their limits, heading towards ecological breakdown. 


Modern Food plays a central part in life’s requiem: unlike most peoples’ intuitive reasoning about planes, cars and power plants it is a fact that over 30% of all green house gases are released by petrochemical agriculture and factory farms. In the course of this devastating food production process we are poisoning our soil, our water, our air and ourselves.

It’s time to disrupt the failed system. Time to wake up and start writing a new story – the story of our generation. A generation that knew more than any previous one about who we are, where we are coming from and, most importantly where we are heading – a generation that finally woke up and put its knowledge to work, that placed cooperation over competition and quality over quantity.


Our daily food , the ways in which we make it, move it and consume it is at the heart of the problem and the solution. Food can be the saddle point of a new equilibrium between the human project and the rest of life on this planet.

We produce most of what we eat on the farm and sell the surplus to consumers who care about healthy, organic food. The organic vegetable garden is in production throughout the year, and we also have a great variety of seasonal fruits including cherries, figs, pomegranates, plums and pears. We have chickens for eggs. 

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“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka