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I drove up to The Farm in Summertown, TN with my grandson. I wanted to see an alternative life style that started back in the 70s. I met Vickie at the Farm Welcome Center and she was very informative showing us pictures, reviewing all the...More
I attended a training workshop for Midwives here. I learned a lot of new skills and honed some older ones. This is where the homebirth movement began. They served the best vegetarian meals and the company was wonderful. It is a beautiful commune set in...More
Definitely enjoyed the history of how they took the caravan to Tennessee. If you love the Tennessee rolling hills and farmland, definitely worth traveling to. Loved all I learned too during our nursing school visit about midwifery.
My granddaughter was born here 24 years ago. About 5 years ago, I decided to visit. I'm so happy I did...attended a cooking class...ate tofu ice cream, met interesting and lovable people, and had an experience never to be forgotten. I admire the people who...More
The Farm is one of the most unique communities in the US. Part bucolic gated residential neighborhood harkening back to its commune roots and part education center for sustainable living.
It's best if you have a resident contact to visit with but if not stop...More
Cool place & historical icon. Hosts excellent permaculture & green building workshops. Some members still hold Sunday morning meditation together. All activities we found there hold true to the community's intent to shift the world to a more loving place.
The Farm was definitely a unique and inspirational place! How welcome we felt was amazing, and everyone we met was extremly friendly. We are considering doing their weekend retreat in 2 weeks. Their recycle, reuse mentality is right up our alley. Our instagram tag is...More
I had high hopes for a visit to the Farm. It wasn't quite what I expected. After reading reviews, and then seeing person I sorta came to the conclusion that this place is a SLOW work in progress. A reviewer in 2012 mentioned the Dragon...More