An illustration of a woman caring with love to Soil and Soul Farm's garden full of produce.

Our Story

Getting to the heart of the matter

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The World Needs Your Help.

The Institute of Soil and Soul grew from the belief that the health and prosperity of the environment rests upon each individual fulfilling their own potential, celebrated within the company of the healthy others. By learning to live according to our own nature, we will better be able to appreciate the inherent beauty and value of the natural world all around us.

What We Do

The Institute of Soil and Soul integrates land, resources, people, and the environment with the aim of successfully imitating the processes and cycles of earth's most sustainable ecosystems.

Experiential learning, theoretical explorations of essential texts related to ecology, psychology, and spirituality, and a supportive community combine to support others in their journey towards self-reliance and a renewed connection with the world.


Connection with Nature

The World Matters!

Regenerative Agriculture

The Institute of Soil and Soul strongly supports local efforts to enhance soil health, increase animal welfare standards, and improve farmer livelihood.  We believe access to healthy, whole, and nutritious foods grown sustainably is a birthright for all to enjoy. 

Quality Education

Volunteer opportunities, seasonal internships, weekend workshops, and modular in-person and online training in regenerative farming, spirituality, and depth psychology all combine to produce a truly holistic approach to human health and wellness.

True Authenticity

As Masanobu Fukuoka, the founder of modern Natural Farming, once wrote  “The ultimate goal of farming is not the cultivation of crops, but the cultivation of people”, the Institute of Soil and Soul encourages all participants to come as they are, regardless of the pressure to perform, conform, or imitate.

Hard Work

Our Daily Schedule is like the pressure that turns stones into diamonds. The health of our animals and plants depend upon our reliability, day to day.

See below for a look at our daily schedule:


7:30am: Arrive on site. Distribute tasks.

8:00am-10:00am: Work

10:00am-11:00am: Reading discussion.

11:00am-12:30pm. Resume Work

12:30pm: Departure.

Give us a visit or get in touch

Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm

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