We are at vital crossroads as a community in securing the 450-acre canyon of Quail Springs, who, for the past twelve years has been serving as an innovative land stewardship demonstration site. Countless people are being inspired around the world by this dynamic learning village who continues to plant seeds of hope towards an equitable and resilient future through life-affirming youth mentorship, permaculture education, practical life experience, and community collaboration. We are humbly asking that you please join with us in ensuring that this special land is preserved and that our fruitful work continues on for a time beyond our own.

Seeds for the next Generation is our two-phase capital campaign where in Phase I, we need to raise $400k for our 450-acres, or $888 an acre, to pay off our loan for the land that comes due July, 2018. In Phase II, we will be raising $968k to enhance our vital infrastructure and build an essential model educational center.

Phase I Progress:


$185,000 out of $400,000
$185,000 out of $400,000

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OUR 200 YEAR VISION FUELS OUR WORK

For Quail Springs, we hold dearly and genuinely a vision that extends 200-years into the future. This vision includes our 200-year Permaculture Plan. In a society where we often starve our grandchildren to feed our children and ourselves, Quail Springs has chosen to dedicate and consciously design the outcomes of our work today to benefit those children who we will never meet and those elders we will never sit with. We do this by taking responsibility for how we live, what we teach, and how we function as a group of people striving to know and honor the origins of all that sustains us. Whether it’s installing a greywater system, building with natural materials, constructing a compost pile, planting trees, or working on the farm, we’re looking seven generations ahead to ensure the well-being of our children and the land.

Quail Springs is a hub for people to share and discover ways of deepening their understanding of regenerative living. Our various offerings train individuals to be leaders in developing agro-ecosystems and communities that are culturally vibrant, ecologically equitable, natural capital rich, and steeped in social justice. We do this through our leading educational nonprofit that stewards a 450-acre, high desert permaculture farm and conservation site and we teach, among other things:

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    Nature connection

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    Regenerative food production

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    Social & environmental justice

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    Watershed restoration

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    Natural building

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    Origin skills

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    Holistic & relationship-based international development

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    Design skills for regenerative community organizing

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    Natural resource stewardship & connection

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    Nature connection

  • Connector.Connector.

    Regenerative food production

  • Connector.Connector.

    Social & environmental justice

  • Connector.Connector.

    Watershed restoration

  • Connector.Connector.

    Natural building

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    Origin skills

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    Holistic & relationship-based international development

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    Design skills for regenerative community organizing

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    Natural resource stewardship & connection

Many of our course participants have realized that sustainability starts at home with the necessity of deepening their connection with their families, communities, and the land. We recognize and acknowledge the different paths each person takes toward living regeneratively. Quail Springs attracts people who choose to more deeply examine their role in the health of their communities and the planet. Although we are a small environmental organization we are making a big impact in the lives of people all over the world. The experiences gained by all who come to Quail Springs are quenching a deep longing for connection, community, and are planting the seeds of hope for a regenerative future.