We live on 45 acres with 2 houses, a cabin, an apartment, a chicken coop, a greenhouse, and a barn. We have approximately 10 acres of arable farmland, 15 acres of pasture, and 25 acres of woods. We are in our fourth year of growing food for family and our surrounding community. While we are learning the lay of the land and what grows here, we are building a vision for community and seeking partners in this work and relationship. We learn from each other, from the land, from the truths and challenges we find there.
We are seeking co- creative agricultural and community relationships. We meet weekly for shared meals and play. We spend time supporting each other in our shared and individual works. We are building a shared vision for this land and project. We are diverse and our values and family lives, and we welcome our whole selves to the project of community.
Victoria Pearson and Norman Carter moved up onto the land in 2013. Norman is a special educator and learning specialist, musician, father, and champion composter. Victoria is a mother, writer, trainer and facilitator, and lover all green growing things. Norman and Victoria welcomed their son, Forrest, to the world in 2010, and their daughter, Fern, in 2015.