Explore an exciting new experiment in community agriculture that connects the city and the farm, with sustainable solutions to food security and social well-being.Meet Amir, a fuel cell research scientist who sold his home in Vancouver to purchase 40 acres of farm land near Agassiz, British Columbia. He invited his friends to come and grow food, build community and co-create gatherings.
A social experiment for growing organic food and intentional gatherings
Abundance Community Farm is located on 40-acres of land in Agassiz, BC, 1.5 hours east of Vancouver. We are 5 permanent residents living on the farm, and a network of Community Agriculture members who live in Vancouver and farm-share one weekend a month to grow food, connect to nature, build community and create culture. This fosters a culture that is rooted in authentic and grounded human connection, greatly improving our Quality of Life. By sharing resources and replacing consumerism with meaningful connections and culture we reduce our Ecological Footprint and pave the way to true sustainability.