It used to be that our survival depended on our understanding and coexistence with nature and the bounty of our surroundings.  Over time this connection has been muted, for many of us, as we moved to cities and allowed the ease of mass production and delivery to remove us from these practices.  Having given up participation in this process has allowed us time and freedom to consume more and in ways that hide true costs and consequences.

We are trying to bring ourselves to a closer understanding of this ancient relationship and relearn a lost way of living; hopefully fostering a stronger, clearer relationship between us and our food, our water, our neighbors and our own selves.  We hope to teach as we learn and offer this site as inspiration.

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