We have a simple, but robust mission, efforts include an assortment of trainers from a variety of subjects. We begin with a average group of 40 farmers and train them in environmentally conscious practices using Permaculture. Then we take 4-8 students from that class and train them to be teachers in their communities, sharing knowledge into future generations and throughout their communities.
If you have experience in any areas of agriculture, particularly in Permaculture and are interested in helping us with our mission, please contact us. We would like to meet you! If you have able hands, we want your help. Whether it's collecting supplies or donations, stamping mail, or serving food at a fundraiser, we need you. We all have gifts to share and we appreciate yours!
We are continually working hard to improve communities full circle. We begin with agriculture, the local environment and education, from there we look at the economy of the area, and with community input, we develop-programs to meet their needs. Check the photos to see our work.
If you know of communities that could use our help, please contact us.
With passion in my heart, I founded Mindful Generations (501c3). We are all looking to make a difference in our world and I believe that by training people to teach others how to heal the soil and focus on their communities, we make a substantial impact. The world depends on people growing , Mindful Generations is there to empower them to care for the earth and produce food for generations to come.
I have been incredibly fortunate to have been surrounded by farming communities most of my life. I personally understand the important role healthy soil plays in order to continually produce food. Everyone needs to eat, and a farmer needs good soil to produce the food into the future. While abroad, I was able to see the great need for education of sustainable practices to improve the soil. I can’t imagine how helpless they must feel when they are not able to produce a crop to feed their families and communities. While I've seen many efforts by other organizations to help farmers, very few if any have had personal experience farming themselves, and I truly understand how important it is to learn from others who share similar experiences.
With passion in my heart, I founded Mindful Generations (501c3). We are all looking to make a difference in our world and I believe that by training people to teach others how to heal the soil and focus on their communities, we make a substantial impact. The world depends on people growing food, Mindful Generations is there to empower those who care for the earth and produce food for generations to come.