We have a 26 acre family homestead that we are aiming to turn into a thriving farm and conscious living community. The land lies in a mini valley outside of the town of Eagle Point. We are located 45 minutes to Ashland, Crater Lake, Grants Pass and only 20 minutes to Medford for coffee shops and natural food stores.
Currently we’re raising chickens, ducks, and geese and are looking to expand with more livestock because we have 16 acres of flood irrigated pasture. The thing is, we are a little intimidated as we have more experience with row crop farming and edible landscaping. It would be awesome if you have livestock experience and a herd / flock and we could learn a little by helping you out with your herd/flock. We’re also excited for folks who want to plant rows crops, herbs, berries, or whatever other ideas you have.
We are aiming to create a diverse farm ecosystem and would love to have more than one farmer / family on the property. We are currently planting fruit trees and shrubs and would like to use permaculture principals to expand on that as well. In the past we have worked on and run small organic row crop farms. We may be doing an acre of row crops this season in addition to some other cash crops.
We live on-site with our two young children and could possibly offer housing in a detached cottage which would share a kitchen and bathroom with our house. We’re also open to folks bringing their own living situation like: buses, RVs, Yurts, Domes, or even building your own structure.
We’d love to have more families who are interested in homeschooling / unschooling and conscious parenting.
To find like minded folks who want to raise animals and food with integrity.
We would like to create a lush food forest and learning / retreat center. That could provide free nutrient rich food to low income families.
Currently used for Hay and leased out for cattle.
16 acres of flood irrigation.
Well and pond for irrigating row crops.
45x60 pole barn
15x15 mini barn
Zoned exclusive farm use with water rights to irrigate the entire property.
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