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Our process of restorative production aims to initiate stratified environmental regeneration, while simultaneously yielding productive crops for consumption. We are orienting the growth of this landscape toward succession, mimicking the native forest in composition and architecture, with each season bringing new species to bare. Fields Without Fences takes a permaculture approach to cultivation and restoration which thrives on diverse interaction and overlapping function. This spirit of interconnectivity extends toward our ultimate vision and mission for the organization. We are motivated by complimentary agendas focused on restoring healthy ecosystems, healthy people, and healthy communities with sustainable long term potential.
Through thoughtful design, Fields Without Fences' 10 acre site has undergone a marked transformation from a once severely degraded, historically farmed, neglected landscape; to a thriving, evolving, complex ecosystem producing high quality, nutrient dense, plant food and medicine while providing home to a myriad of wildlife and insect populations. This approach to cultivation is motivated by a philosophical position that recognizes the inherent worth of all living creatures, and is concerned with improving the overall well being of an interconnected ecology.
(This listing was last updated on Jan 27, 2014)