Due to many considerations about health, safety, animal rights and land requirements, livestock would be limited at Forest Moon Ecovillage. Although you don’t have to be a vegetarian to be a member of our community, we would prefer not to have large livestock (cows, sheep, etc.) on the site. If you lease 1/4 acre or more, livestock would be limited to what could be comfortably maintained on that amount of property. Small animals such as rabbits, chickens, goats, etc. would be allowed as long as they are well cared for and don’t become a nuisance.

There would also be a community garden at Forest Moon. In exchange for a few hours of weekly labor in the community garden, each member who works in the garden would be entitled to a share of the produce. Members would be allowed to plant their own gardens on their own property, and build their own greenhouses.

Several sustainability experts have generously offered to provide occasional workshops and consultation on sustainable gardening, and we will bring in other experts from time to time depending on desires of the residents. Sustainable organic gardening free of chemicals and pesticides will be the rule.

If you would like to be added to our list of expert consultants please complete the form below.

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