Grow naturally, eat fresh, live sustainably

To do this, we need a shift in our mindsets and to learn real skills to put into action of co-creating with Nature to solve today’s problems for an abundant world.

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Co-creating with Nature:

Events

Events

Want to learn real skills, enrich yourselves, or connect with Nature? Come experience what Mother Nature has to teach through our workshops, activities and talks, all to empower you to live like it matters and in harmony with the land we live on.

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Services

Services

We offer a broad selection of services that help you grow food (Edible Garden), play in nature (Nature Play) and heal with nature (Therapeutic Garden). Everyone deserves to be surrounded by fresh healthy food and be stimulated by what nature has to offer.

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Products

Products

Products co-created with passionate and talented souls to enrich, inspire and help you in growing, designing, learning, playing and healing by working with Nature.

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Latest in Resource

Read, Watch, Learn, Reflect & Co-create:

Composting 101 – Basic, Tips and Tricks

Composting is a closed-looped ecosystem generated by our daily waste by mimicking nature in her way of reducing and reusing resources. This closed-loop cycle provides the plants an abundant and diverse supply of the nutrients they need to grow, thrive and to provide an abundant yield without depleting the soil health.

Self-watering planters for easy vegetable gardening

Self-watering planters have the ability to hold water in a reservoir and this water is then drawn upwards (or wicked) through capillary action that delivers water into the growing medium and to the plants roots keeping your planters consistently moist.

Let's help the children build a relationship with Mother Earth. Show them how to use her plant medicine, and how to care for the creatures here. Introduce them to her rhythms, and her magic. Create safe space for them to run free, and hear the heartbeat of this beautiful planet. Let's help the children fall in love with their Earth Mother before we ask them to help us save her.
Brooke Hampton