Eco Hacker Farm

Sustainable living using appropriate technology and permaculture principles.

Logo of Eco Hack Farm, a person sitting under a tree with a laptop, on the other side of the tree corn grows

Eco Hacker Farm is an umbrella organization that helps to set up and support, new and existing projects that combine hackerspaces with permaculture farms to provide a sustainable living space for people to experience a way of life that is not necessarily dependent on the system but using appropriate, open source and low cost technological solutions.

By supporting community projects, people are able to bring their own ideas to the rest of the community and work together with others in order to implement them.

A project in Eco Hacker Farm should grow to these Ideals

If you're interested you can read a little about our Eco Hacker Farm History.

Monthly meetings

You can participate in the project by attending our Monthly Meetings, learn about the project, sharing your ideas and opinions, let us know what skills you would like to share or learn from others, possible events or workshops you’d like to organize or attend etc.

Project Management System

We have also set up a Project Management System which enables anyone to become a team member, learn how the project is organised, what tasks are outstanding, log new tasks or add time spent working on the project and much more.

Social media and other 3rd party collaborations

If you want to participate on the social media or see which other 3rd party projects we collaborate with, visit the Outreach section.

Join our research & projects team

Inspired from and collated by team members & project managers working in our different locations and driven by our open-source ideals, we welcome everyone who would like to join in with our research & project efforts or simply want to use our research for their own purposes.

We have 2 kinds of membership, Seeders & Growers. Find out more about Eco Hacker Farm - Membership.

Contact us by email: if you'd like to know more or get involved.

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