Sustainable Kashi is an interactive demonstration program dedicated to teaching sustainable environmental practices.
Sustainable Kashi offers a perfect site to learn, practice, and observe a functioning model of abundance. “Feed everyone” is our philosophy and permaculture is our approach.
Come Join In!
Come out and see what’s growing in the gardens.
In this class, you will learn valuable skills including organic gardening, intentional community living, and regenerative lifestyles by hands-on participation in our Sustainable Kashi community, and we'll all share a meal from the garden
Join us for an educational medicinal and edible plant walk around Kashi with Andy Firk.
Kashi is an 80-acre permaculture project on the Saint Sebastian River that includes several ecosystems and an abundance of wild and wonderful plants to learn.
Permaculture is an integrated design system that helps create abundant systems. We use simple design principles and core ethics that enable us to mimic nature’s patterns in order to work with the ecology and biodiversity of existing eco-systems. When we create with nature, the result is a more abundant system that requires less maintenance. Permaculture is the framework that we use to build this system of abundance.
Sustainable Kashi offers volunteer programs in which dedicated students can camp in our off-grid eco-village and learn hands on skills for living more directly connected to nature. This three week program includes healthy vegetarian food, yoga 5 days a week, community living, and an apothecary program. Fill out application here.
In the News
Wednesdays, 9-12 pm.
Sustainable Kashi is starting its season again as the heat (begins) to dissipate! Join us on Wednesdays, 9-12 pm for a free community based Permaculture experience.
Enjoy this three minute video welcome to Sustainable Kashi with Terry Meer Hanuman, Rebeca Siplak and Soo Se Cho.
Over the 5 years that Sustainable Kashi has being offering Wwoofing (World Wide Opportunties for Organic Farming) opportunities, many people have passed through from all different countries and backgrounds. Here is some of their feedback about their experiences. Thank you Terry Hanuman for managing this wonderful program!
Rob Greenfield visited Sustainable Kashi and released this video to demonstrate the work they are doing. It highlights their work growing food, connection to the earth, and teaching people the skills needed to live a regenerative and abundant life.
Midway between Miami and Orlando, the Sustainable Kashi Ashram is an interfaith intentional community that combines yoga, meditation, and permaculture projects on 80 acres land on the eastern coast of Florida.
It’s been almost five years since Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, the spiritual head of Kashi Ashram, died and the community is undergoing a transformation to help secure its future.
This is from the very early days of Sustainable Kashi with founders Soo Se & Kwang Mae filmed in 2012. Currently we don't have any animals on site!