The Gardens at Unity Village
2017 Thank You Letter
Mason Bee Workshop
Majesty and Wonder
Workshops and Events
Apple Butter Festival 2016
Market Stand Produce
Market Stand Produce 2
Market Stand People
This group of volunteers weeded 75 yards of melon patch.
Recycling venetian blind blades as crop markers in the garden is a shady and relaxing activity.
Newspaper is recycled and used as a biodegradable barrier between thatch and new compost.
The inside of the historic apple barn received a good power wash.
Lynda Taylor, Y.O.U. sponsor from Tampa, Florida…"I remember back in the "70‟s when I ate at the Inn what was grown here. This brings that all back for me."
Kelly Nichols, Y.O.U. sponsor from Gerard, Ohio… "This kind of hands on gardening is giving back. It's a great feeling being here…spiritually rewarding."
As mulch is being transferred and spread onto our grape arbor area, a large beetle is discovered.
Avianna Foster, Y.O.U member from Hamilton, Ontario…"I love it here. This is so meaningful."
Alex Narrero, Y.O.U. member from Lakeland, Florida… "This is very rewarding… staying in touch with your spiritual side."
Kristi Vera, Y.O.U member from Atlanta, Georgia…"This is important. Bringing people back to buying local and natural."
Anna Griffith, Y.O.U. member from Gig Harbor, Washington… "This shows how people can learn to live from their own resources. I hope I can come back."
Nathan Reed, Y.O.U. member from Portland, Oregon… "You could say I'm just passing through, but I like the idea of doing my part to start something like this."
Kainan Landholm, Y.O.U. member from Tacoma, Washington… "It's amazing that so many of us get so much done working together for a common goal."
Jane Simmons, International Youth of Unity event coordinator, of Lee's Summit, Missouri… "This is fabulous… connecting to the roots of Unity."
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