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Some of the principles that guide us
INDIVIDUALITY: Plants and animals should be provided a habitat that
allows them to express their physiological distinctiveness. Respecting and honoring the pigness of the pig is a foundation
for societal health.
We do not ship food out of our local food marketplace. We should all seek food closer to home, in our foodshed,
our own bioregion. This means enjoying seasonality and reacquainting ourselves with our home kitchens.
TEMPLATE: Mimicking natural patterns on a commercial domestic scale insures moral and ethical boundaries to human
cleverness. We seek to use natural preditors to protect against insects and disease, we plant native grasses and shrubs
to help cleanse the earth from past herbicide use and to protect our vegetables from unnatural contamination, we collect rain
and do all that is possible to protect our watershed for both ourselves and our neighbours.
LIFE IS RISK: Truely
living to our fullest potential means stepping outside the comfort zone and taking risks. Experimenting with how things
can me done; cleaner, better and lasting. We don't play the popularity contest, we follow our hearts, forgive, love
and live for all we are worth.
The land is truely forgiving, our environment can be cleansed, improved and preserved. All we have to do is try.
The two strongest and most important partnerships in our lives is that between man and God; and husband and wife, together
we can do anything.