We want to reduce your cost, increase your yield, and make your farm resilient in the face of climate change.

We run a commercial farm called Sunshine Permaculture. At Sunshine Permaculture, we grow between 20 to 50 different varieties of vegetables through the different seasons of the year. We have been able to experiment with different practices that lead to increasing the nutrient-density and yield of food.

We use a lot of different practices, such as Soil Food Web, Regrarians, Korean Natural Farming, Water Stories, Syntropic Agriculture, Biodynamic Farming, and more! We practice market gardening, agroforestry, poultry (for egg production), composting, micro-greens, and more.

We experiment on a lot of different systems so we're able to learn best practices in each style of farming. Every organic practice has its own benefits and advantages. We will help narrow down the management techniques you need to use on your own farm.

Adopting regenerative farming techniques offers numerous advantages for farmers. In our experience, these methods can enhance crop yields, eliminate the need for harmful chemicals, effectively manage pest and disease issues, and significantly improve soil health. Soil health is the most vital aspect to a farm - once you get to a place with healthy biological systems, you start building resilience in the system.

Whether you're looking to shift from conventional agricultural practices to organic farming or you're already practicing organic farming but grappling with challenges such as pest infestations, low yields, or escalating input costs, we are here to help.

We help transition farms without losing a beat in yield production. Depending on the crop we're able to make biologically active compost to bring biology back into the soil. We can help design conversion plans from conventional to organic.

Different farming requires different management practices. We help build different management practices depending on your context.

Why Switch To Regenerative Farming?

In our experience the most vital aspect to regenerative farming is to reduce external input. You have to design your system to generate biomass and design your farm to generate its own inputs.

The largest costs in farming (non-labor) are always fertilizer. It is possible to make all your fertilizer inputs & still increase yields. There is no need to be dependent on anyone else.

Increased Yields: Over time, regenerative practices can lead to increased yields due to improved soil health and ecosystem.

Decrease In Pest Pressure & Damage: Regenerative farming practices cultivate healthier, more resilient plants with enhanced immunity, making them less prone to pest damage.

Reduced Costs: Minimizing inputs like synthetic fertilizers and pesticides reduces production costs over time.

Long-term Sustainability: Regenerative farming aims to restore and enhance the natural resources used in agriculture, ensuring long-term farm sustainability.

Water Conservation & Soil Health: Regenerative practices improve soil health, increasing its organic matter and enhancing its water retention, aeration, and nutrient cycling capabilities.

Market Demand: There is growing consumer demand for products grown in a way that supports sustainability and soil health.

Our Approach

We customize solutions to suit the unique needs of your farm and business, employing various approaches to enhance your land's abundance and productivity. We adopt a holistic approach, ensuring that our methods promote productivity and abundance without relying on harmful chemicals that could jeopardize the health of your land, your workers, and yourself. These are the several approaches that we use to bring your land back to abundance:

Soil Food Web: The Soil Food Web approach fosters microbial life within your soil. This method achieves an optimal fungal-to-bacterial ratio tailored to the specific crop you intend to grow. By nurturing a thriving food web in your soil, these microorganisms supply soluble nutrients essential for plant growth. Ultimately, this approach cultivates healthy soil, resulting in healthy, resilient and productive crops.

Natural Farming: Natural farming is a method that harnesses indigenous microbes from your own farm to cultivate fungal-rich soil and restore soil fertility. By minimizing reliance on external inputs and maximizing on-farm resources, this approach reduces costs while promoting higher and healthier yields.

Water Shed Design & Restoration: A healthy water cycle is essential for the success of any farm. Water serves as the cornerstone of agricultural operations, impacting every aspect of farm life. A well-functioning water cycle mitigates the risk of droughts, floods, fires, and the depletion of watersheds. Through good design and implementation of watering systems, we can ensure your farm maintains sustainable water access for years to come.