Living Earth Farm started in 2009 in Chiang Mai (formerly known as The Garden of Life). Our small working garden project is a place for regeneration and repair, through reconnecting with the healing powers of mother earth. Our method is holistic, our source of healing is the earth, with our overall far reaching goal being the sustainability of humanity, and the resources of the planet. We are devoted to these ideals, so everyday here we engage in works that matters, and works that reconnect. Come visit us! We could use your help around the farm here. LOL!
Interested in learning more?
I know I look like just another angry peasant. But YOU are mistaken; I have in my hands here the tool of humanity's survival.
A shrinking food supply, a rapidly
growing population, and an increasingly less stable climate, why its a recipe for future disasters.
So we are encouraging Man-woman-child to man your weapons and grow your own food, for many believe collapse is unavoidable.... and survival will go to the best prepared. Interested in learning more, contact us!
Living Earth Farm....an ecological designed pesticide free farm with healing services
Here at Living Earth Farm we are committed to helping individuals reconnect with "The Therapeutic Earth" thru cultivating the land for their food and as a way of healing their body, mind, and spirit. We combine this process with healing stories around the fire circle, fresh air, and laughter; and we guarantee you will start looking better, feeling better, and thinking more clearly.
Come play in the dirt, and find out for yourself.
WE ARE ALL ONE!
WE ARE THE EARTH AND THE EARTH IS US! ALL OUR RELATIONS ARE FAMILY.
We didn't make this video, however it best describes our philosophy here at Living Earth Farm. Please take 10 minutes and watch this enlightening video.
Living Earth Farm....an ecological designed pesticide free garden project with healing services
WE ARE ALL ONE! OUR PHILOSOPHY HERE AT THE FARM
I put down my pen and picked up the rake, and I love it...come give it a try, I guaranteed you will consider doing the same. Morgan Kazembe, Ph.d, Gardener