Keveral Farm is an organic farming community, started in 1973, and is owned and managed co-operatively by the members of the community. It is situated a short walk from the coast near Looe in south-east Cornwall. |
The main activity is the production of organic vegetables, most of which are sold to local people through our veggie box scheme.
We also run a range of short courses through the Keveral Permaculture Group, including the annual two-week Permaculture Design Course in August.
Other projects based at Keveral include speciality mushrooms, preserves, apples and orchards, woodlands, tree work, Wild Magic liquid plant food, and imported cloth made from organic tree cotton.
We welcome visitors as working guests, including WWOOFers. Our camping area is available to holidaying visitors and groups. Our Visitor's Barn is available for hire as a venue for courses or small gatherings.
"Every aspect of our lives is, in a sense, a vote for the kind of world we want to live in."|
-- Frances Moore Lappe
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legal structure: cooperative|
land ownership: self-controlled trust
building ownership: self-controlled trust
neighbors: neighbors cause trouble sometimes
income sharing: common purse for food and/or housing|
communal meals: occasional communal meals
communal food: most of food is not communal
tools and machinery: most tools and machines are shared
last updated 2003/09/02