We have had an organic vegetable garden based on regenerative and permanent agriculture since 2017.

The garden project began with the need to supply our kitchen with the freshest products and our desire to encourage small-scale agriculture here in the Lake Region.

The garden was designed with a distribution plan aimed to enable it to work under the same structure for 100–200 years or more. Every element in the design plays a role in this permanence.

The fruit trees, shrubs, and native trees have multiple functions, such as providing food, wind blocks, and an ecosystem for beneficial insects.

The bio-intensive garden has permanent beds that are increasingly fertile every year and where we grow the fruits and vegetables we use in the kitchen. We hope that in the near future they will produce enough to be available to the community as well.