Kylah and Zach have spent the past decade growing Rainbow Heritage Farm from a small, one-fourth of an acre organic vegetable garden to now serving 200 CSA clients from a highly efficient, off-grid 10-acre permaculture plot. Having grown deep roots in the verdant hills of the Ottawa Valley community, the Farm is now formally reaching to the wider community.
The green colour and new logotype aim to represent the lushness of the Ottawa Valley, its rolling hills and our unique use of a Permabed system in the gardens. The transition to Kula Permaculture Farm is one of several changes the Farm has committed to, representing what we have become and signaling a shift in focus. In addition to its reputable CSA vegetable baskets, on-farm workshops, festivals and children’s summer camps, the Farm is branching out to provide new streams of knowledge sharing. These include consulting and speaking, wellness retreats, the introduction of a dedicated yoga studio and book writing. Please check out Zach’s recently published book The Permaculture Market Garden.
कुल, Sanskrit: ku·la [ˈko͞olə/], noun: Kula is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as “community,” “clan” or “tribe.” (Source)
A SPECIAL EDITION copy of The Permaculture Market Garden with a hand-illustrated signature is available for a limited time when ordered from our website.