To utilize permaculture garden design in local organic food sourcing for faith and secular communities that provides food, education, spiritual growth and worship, promotes health and well being, and serves as a tikkun olam program to feed those in need, returning us to the Garden that is our source.
The main site is based at my home, which has been redesigned as an edible landscape. This will be the second year of the program, bringing in members of various congregations, youth groups, students and neighbors to learn about Judaism and sustainability, community participation in local food sourcing, and organic and permaculture methods through hands on learning and programming. It serves as a resource for hands on education and spiritual discovery. The site is a visual springboard toward helping communities, organizations and individuals to design their own garden projects.