Our property offers a variety of diversity, separated into sections for dwellings, about 2 acres we will be conserving for wetlands, 3 acres designated for agriculture and 15 acres of forest perfect for permaculture designs and food forests. Our property is also bordered by a year round creek.
We would like to continue to optimize the space we have with folks looking to practice alternative agriculture. We have all sorts of visitors coming through and want to be able to demonstrate multiple ways of growing food in the hopes they can take what they have seen and apply in their own setting. We will be opening our doors once a month next season for visitors to come and enjoy live music while picking their own vegetables from the section we farm. Ultimately we are looking for partners that want to learn, teach and grow with our community.
Our goal is to develop our facilities to provide opportunities for education, demonstration, project management, and research. Also we are working to develop a network of knowledge sharing between artists, students, horticulturalists, builders, yogis, wellness experts, performers, educators and other intentional members to become a positive force locally and beyond.
We want to bloom into a sustainable artistic collective that provides an innovative environment where open-minded individuals can stay and volunteer, attend classes, enjoy art and music events, spearhead development projects , or simply enjoy what farm life has to offer.
We are currently farming about 1 acre at the time, we will continue farming this section for our customers and events. We have dairy goats and chickens that are all free range. The forest is utilized for a few events we have during the summer and camping to visitors and volunteers.
Water Co-Op from Little Luckiamute River
There has only been one previous owner, she practiced organically for the last 40 years. There is quite a bit of clay, but our production has been very rewarding with few amendments. We do have some flooding in the winter, but if you build your sections where you choose to plant it will not be a problem.
3 barns-We currently have goats, llamas and chickens, while we don’t want anymore livestock we are happy to share our knowledge and herd! They make some mighty fine compost.
Full woodworking shop
We have a multitude of resources you will have access including: tiller, tractor, standard farming tools, cider press, walk in refrigerator, solar dehydrator and saw mill if you are in to building your own structures.
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