For Our Future Generations

Farm and Kitchen

“The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all.
It is the healer and restorer and resurrector,
by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life.
Without proper care for it we can have no community,
because without proper care for it we can have no life.”

Wendell Berry

Love Communities will each have at least a 100-acre organic farm using the principles of permaculture. We will have an orchard of fruit and nut trees that are indigenous and numerous greenhouses. Most of the greenhouses will use hydroponics and vertical hydroponics. There will be chickens, ducks, honey bees, goats, dogs, cats, and possibly horses, sheep, and cows.

Our natural farm methods will grow the majority of the food we consume. We will also have a business selling many of our organic foods.

Organic Farming Research Foundation - Organic FAQs

Permaculture Research Institute - What is Permaculture?

20 Top Fruits And Nuts To Plant In Your Home Orchard

Rimol Greenhouse Systems

3 Boys Farm, Award-Winning Organic And Hydroponic Vegetable Growers

Vertical Farming Academy - Hydroponics

The Future Of Farming: Hydroponic Tomatoes

Love Communities will each have a modern, and well-equipped gourmet kitchen with large dining areas both inside and outside.

The inside dining area will also convert into a movie theater, symposium lecture space, banquet room, and dance floor. The outdoor dining area would also double as a space for our celebrations and parties.

Everyone will be asked to eat together as much as possible. For when people eat together, it brings them closer and frees them to talk about their work in different ways. By fostering the social connections of breaking bread while looking at each other eye to eye, solutions tend to manifest themselves easier. This environment leads to remarkable benefits and well-being for everyone involved. It improves relationships with one another as well as increases their abilities and their creativity.

Proof That Positive Work Cultures Are More Productive

by Emma SeppäläKim Cameron

"Our primary health care should begin on the farm and in our hearts
and not in some laboratory of the biotech and pharmaceutical companies."

Gary Hopkins