Based on the permaculture ethic of Fair Share, Satoyama Homestead accepts in-kind and voluntary donations for our public events.
Compensation for private events is negotiated on a case-by-case basis.
Satoyama Homestead is incorporated as a 501(c)(5) agriculturaland horticultural non-profit organization.
Mockingbird photo credit: James Yealy, May 2015
Community Supported Artisanry
- Surplus produce, preserves or foodstuffs
- Emergency Preparedness Kit materials
- Soil and soil amendments
- Compostable materials
- Seed-starting flats, germination mini-greenhouses, & planters
- Disease-/pest-free seeds and plants
- Canning supplies
- Crafting supplies
- All-natural, in-date layer poultry rations
- Pine shavings
Join the Satoyama Homestead community as a member, and enjoy admission to all public events and discounts on private events throughout the year!
Memberships are fully transferable; refunds, negotiable.
- Contribute when we "pass the planter"
- Checks made payable to:
- Hand tools in working or near-working condition
- Brick, stone, block, or other hardscaping materials
- Scrap and salvaged wood, (re)usable hardware, or other construction materials
- Firewood or wood chips (please observe Chester County wood quarantine guidelines)
- Light labor (ex. planting, weeding, spreading mulch, tool cleaning and sharpening, running a burn barrel)
- Skilled/professional labor (ex. carpentry, mechanical, design, welding, plumbing, electrical, legal, financial, etc.)
- Other gifts by mutual consent!
The Satoyama stewards value your relationship, so we respect your privacy. Your personal information will only be used in the context of your participation in the Satoyama Homestead community. We will not sell or give away your personal information, and we believe Spam should stay in the can!