Become a
Community Farmer

Because It Takes a Village

Sign up for a weekly, two hour garden shift. Pay an income-based tiered membership fee. Receive a harvest share, and become part of a systemic re-evaluation of what health and wellness means.  Farm in the community, for the community, and with the community.

We recognize we have the opportunity to choose how to spend our time and money.  And we choose to support local, biodiverse, cradle to cradle systems that will support a thriving future 7 generations to come. We’re not just trying to live sustainably; we want to live abundably- yes that is a new word.  And we need like-minded individuals who don’t mind sweating a little bit to learn to live better, together, in abundance.

To achieve our goals, we are cultivating a permaculture garden and food forest, spreading the benefits of sustenance, joy, inspiration, resiliency, and connection; and we welcome anyone interested to join the party;

Become a community Farmer! 


Our Permaculture

Community Farm and Co-Op


This farm is run by the community and for the community.  We came together in 2020 as a response to the fragility of our food systems and our desires to build meaningful local connections. 


We designed the farm with permaculture principles, organizing the elements as an integrated holon, in which plants, animals, and humans come together to support closed loop and regenerative agricultural systems.  Using the entire space together allows us to design healthy and diverse habitats that mimic natural landscapes, harness the regenerative power of nature instead of fighting it, provide habitat for wildlife, nourishment for our souls, and food for our families.  

As a group, we believe in food security,  community resilience, sustainable, healthy living, and giving back where we can.  We provide pork shares, egg shares, and fair-share harvest shares to families in Pemberton, and stock the Farmacy, or our on-site farm stand with goods made on site and by our members to share.  We donate extra produce to the  Pemberton Food Bank, and collect our seeds to disperse them amongst local gardeners to create varietals that, like us, are unique in this place we call home.