The Garden of Eden exists to showcase sustainable community living and share the possibility of living a life that is easy, abundant, enjoyable as well as responsible.
Quinn, Shellie and Inok have been co-creating this space along with many other contributors over the past several years. Here we share a bit about ourselves.
The Garden of Eden has huge main garden, several small raised beds, a a few pallet structures, a cob house, an outdoor kitchen and many more sustainable solutions.
Proceeds Not Profits
The Garden of Eden is powered by full time volunteers who live on less than $1 per day per person.
So we can dedicate close to 99% of all proceeds directly into our purpose and programs.
We Feed the Homeless and Hungry
Over 20,000 Free Meals in 2015
We Share Free Classes, Workshops,
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Super Sustainability at the GoE
Ultimately, because sustainability is SUPER important to us, we make it a point to use the most sustainable solution available for any given necessity, AND to simply let go of wasteful habits that are truly not necessary for maintaining well being. It is simply a matter of CHOICE.
Giving Back to the Earth
We have all heard of the carbon footprint- a metric of how much carbon is added to the atmosphere as a result of a person's consumption.
We are proud to declare that the Garden of Eden has a Negative Carbon Footprint and an overall Positive Environmental Impact!
Unlike almost all organizations or organisms that we have ever heard of, The GoE has the net effect of actually ADDING LIFE SUPPORT to the Earth's system as a whole.
For example, each year, the Garden of Eden produces approximately 40,000 meals for FREE.
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