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What we do

Applied Sustainable Living Programs

We want to help you get your hands dirty, have a lot of fun and learn even more. We tackle many sustainable topics;  soil, food, energy, waste management, and more.

Community Greenhouse

Come visit the Award Winning Community Greenhouse

Permaculture Garden

From the outset,groundswell envisioned a community garden surrounding the Community Greenhouse. In 2010 work began on this project and the principles of permaculture were a great fit.

Consulting Services

Are you inspired to create a more sustainable way of life? Maybe it’s for your community, your school, or yourself. Let our experts help you!

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What’s New

Check out some videos

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Community Greenhouse comes alive

Message from . February 26, 2015. Category: Greenhouse
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2012 Land Awards

Message from . February 26, 2015. Category: Awards, Greenhouse
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Growing From the Ground Up

Message from . February 17, 2015. Category: Greenhouse, School Programs

Here is what some Groundswellers are saying...

  • carrotssmallAmazing!
    "I was watching the video on Geoff Lawton's channel and let me tell you I was amazed and so inspired, by what you did with the heating system of your glasshouse."
  • carrotssmallBed Renters Love! (Stephen Lebovits)
    "AWESOME EXPERIENCE! I am so glad that Hannah signed us up. We planted seeds, did some watering and then BAM there was fresh food to eat. Beets, creatively-shaped carrots, mizuna and an onion or two. We had a blast and learned to grow our own food. We will definitely be back next year, whether they let us or not!"
  • carrotssmallThank you for what you do! (Mara King)
    "I just want to say thank you for putting on the Edible Hanging Basket Workshop. Although I am an avid gardener, I learned so many new things – hydrophobia, microbes and to plant my tomatoes up to the first leaf. I can’t wait to see the basket in a few weeks and enjoy it all summer.” Thank you for what you do in this valley!