We love the interconnection and exchange community can bring. Our Communiversity programs are collaborative offerings which focus on creating space for learning, unlearning, healing, growth and belonging.
Black Sheep Fiber Circle
A maker-style sista circle and fiber arts gathering dedicated to all the beautiful Black sheep who love to create, enjoy, and explore the legacy of African, African- and Indigenous-American textiles (and more). Share your sewing, knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning, quilting, dyeing, or whatever fiber project you’re working on. Any and all skill levels welcome!
Food shapes who we are, shows us where we came from, and gives us a glimpse into our future. Tune it to watch featured videos from our farm kitchen and good food travels, sharing the people and stories behind the meals we love. Check our events calendar to register for upcoming classes and workshops where we learn new dishes, dine and discover together.
Health & Wellness – Mind, Body, and Spirit
We are currently postponed Farm Fit Yoga but hope resume the morning sessions once the pandemic no longer poses as severe of a threat. We also hope to add Tai Chi, self defense, and more. Classes are typically 30 – 45 min. and are donation based – paid directly to the instructor. The suggested cost is $15 per class. Individual class details are provided on the event calendar.
All skill levels, ages over 16, body types, weights, fitness, and ability levels are welcome.
Here’s What to Bring:
Your ‘A’ game
Towel or mat
Sneakers or walking shoes
Appropriate clothing to warm up, work out and cool down in
A well rested you (get enough sleep)
Good eating habits
I am because we are
The Ubuntu: Community Cultivation Program is our signature community-building program, designed to help individuals develop a stronger sense of belonging and well-being within a diverse community. Over the course of this 6-month intensive program, with the farm as our backdrop, participants are challenged and supported as they work, study, grow, and “do life” together; addressing the historic and contemporary influences of systemic racism and “othering”, which act as barriers to our humanity. Through our unique hands-on approach, combining personal leadership, community-development, and sustainable food practices we help foster each participant’s growth as agents of change – creating a sustainable community-oriented vision of our way forward.
Join us as we help cultivate an equitable and inclusive community – equipping you to better relate to others and ultimately the world at large.