Our society is craving a more wholesome existence. If you are attracted to the idea of a more sustainable lifestyle while connecting with people who care about the same then you have found the right group! Whether you live on a 100-acre farm or a studio apartment, there are plenty of ways you can reconnect with your roots while exploring what today's technology brings to the table for self-sufficiency. Come connect with your community as you learn and teach others who are equally invested in their own dreams of sustainability. Whether you are interested in renewable resources, wildcrafting, self-sufficiency, sustainability, farming, prepping, getting off the grid or just keeping your little garden patch alive, this is the group for you! We are family friendly (please bring the kids!) and open to anyone. All shades of green and all types of dietary preferences are welcome! We also welcome LGBT individuals and families, military families, single parents, homeschooling, unschooling, public or private school families and others. We appreciate and embrace diversity including race, religion, politics, lifestyle, etc. Future events will hopefully include classes, workshops, book shares, and round table discussions. Come make friends and build community with us. We can't wait to meet you!
Some of the topics we would like to explore are: Sustainable Lifestyles, Gardening, Hydroponics, Permaculture, Aquaponics, Biodynamics, Green Wall, Green Roof, Natives, Water Smart, Climate Control, Propagation, Bee Keeping, Farm Animals, Chickens, Pigs, Goats, Turkeys, Rabbits, Water, Renewable Energy, Renewable Resources, Resource Management, Harvesting, Greywater, Rainwater, Purification, Food Preparation, Food Preservation, Canning, Dehydration, Smoking, Solar Cooking, Alternative Energy Strategies, Energy Management, Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Building & Maintenance, Cobb, Earthbag, Straw Bale, Composting, Vermiculture, Yard Waste, Blacksmithing, Wilderness Survival, Prepping, Container Gardening, Edible Landscaping, Animal Husbandry, Forestry, Home Crafting, Knitting, Sewing, Crocheting, Spinning Fiber, Native Plants, Healthy Eating, Traditional Country Skills, Repair/Reuse/Recycle, Seed Saving