Absolutely! We are delighted to welcome you to our Microbe and Health Air BnB, where you can fully immerse yourself in the fascinating world of soil and human health. Here, you can experience the wonders of nature at its best and have access to a wide range of health services and products. Our offerings include Live Blood Analysis, transformative healing sessions with Bowen, lymphatic, and gentle chiropractic therapies, as well as an apothecary filled with high-quality and nourishing products. During your stay, you can indulge in the healing power of our menu, which features a delightful array of healing juices, smoothies, and soups. Additionally, you’ll have the opportunity to explore our microbe grown market gardens, where you can select and fill a basket with the produce that resonates with your heart. Our serene environment offers a peaceful getaway, complete with a jacuzzi bath, and fully-equipped facilities to ensure a comfortable and enriching stay. For those looking to learn more about our project and the fascinating world of microbes, you are more than welcome to visit and discover the profound impact they have on soil and human health. We eagerly await your visit and the chance to share our knowledge and passion for promoting self-reliance and resilience through the power of the living ground!

Great news! You can easily get a soil test done through our soil testing lab. We specialize in microbiology soil tests and provide our clients with comprehensive results tailored to the specific crops you are growing. Along with the test results, we offer customized recommendations and solutions to improve your soil health. To get started, please visit our Store Soil test page, where we provide detailed instructions on how to collect a soil sample and send it to our lab for analysis. Once we receive your sample, our team will work diligently to analyze it and provide you with the valuable insights you need to optimize your soil and cultivate a thriving garden. We look forward to assisting you on your journey towards healthier and more productive soil!

That’s wonderful to hear! Yes, you are more than welcome to get involved with our project. We regularly host “mingas” (volunteer days) where you can actively participate and contribute to our mission. Additionally, we are actively engaged in fundraising efforts to support our cause, and you can find detailed information about our creative work and expansion in our Press Kit at https://livingground.art/press-kit/. Your support is invaluable, and we encourage you to share our mission with your family and friends, as well as consider making a donation – every contribution, no matter how small, is deeply appreciated. There are various ways you can join us on this incredible journey, and we extend a warm invitation to visit our Project Site for a guided tour. We look forward to having you as part of our community!

Yes, we are actively offering land consults to assist landowners, farmers, and gardeners in regenerating and rejuvenating their soil. Leisha holds a prestigious certification as a Consultant from www.soilfoodweb.com, and Nic is in the final stages of completing the same program. As a dedicated team, we are thrilled to conduct comprehensive soil testing and provide you with a detailed report outlining the best course of action for your specific land. Our pricing is tailored to the unique needs of your property, ranging from $200 to $500. For further details and to schedule an appointment, please reach out to us at info@livingground.art. We look forward to helping your land thrive and flourish!

Yes we are. We have spent 8 months perfecting our microbe farm and have product available to the public. Please visit our store for more details

Living Ground is not just a project; it is a movement driven by a passionate group of visionaries who recognize the critical importance of nurturing our soil and embracing the power of beneficial microbes. With a deep understanding that the health of our planet begins from the ground up, this revolutionary endeavor seeks to ignite change and inspire others to join the cause. At the heart of Living Ground lies an educational hub where individuals can immerse themselves in a world of knowledge, discovery, and transformation. The core of Living Ground’s mission is to empower people with the wisdom and tools needed to foster resilience and sustainability. Through a multifaceted approach, the project encompasses a diverse range of interconnected components, each contributing to a holistic journey of self-sufficiency. From the sacred dance of microbes enriching the soil to the bountiful garden that yields nourishing produce, Living Ground thrives as a living example of harmonious coexistence with nature. Embracing a vision of interconnectedness, Living Ground embraces various facets of life, from the healing sanctuary that fosters natural well-being to the educational center that imparts timeless wisdom. At the heart of this remarkable initiative is a profound commitment to fostering a resilient and self-reliant community. With a living laboratory of nature’s wonders, Living Ground emerges as a sanctuary for all, where the journey to sustainability and healing begins, transcending boundaries and leading humanity towards a brighter, greener future.

Microbe compost, also known as microbial compost or bioactive compost, is different from organic compost primarily because of its emphasis on promoting the growth and activity of beneficial microorganisms. While both types of compost start with organic materials like kitchen scraps, yard waste, and plant debris, microbe compost undergoes a specific process to cultivate a diverse and thriving community of microorganisms. In the case of microbe compost, the composting process is carefully managed to encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria, fungi, and other microorganisms that contribute to soil health. These microbes break down organic matter more efficiently, releasing nutrients in a form that plants can readily absorb. The enhanced microbial activity in microbe compost helps improve soil structure, nutrient availability, and overall plant health, making it a potent natural fertilizer and soil conditioner. On the other hand, traditional organic composting methods may not focus on fostering a robust microbial community, leading to compost that still provides some nutrients to plants but may not have the same level of microbe diversity and activity as microbe compost. This difference in microbial content sets microbe compost apart as a more potent and biologically active soil amendment, providing numerous benefits for plant growth and overall soil health.