GREEN ANGEL GARDENING CENTER
Green Angel Gardens & Sustainable Living Center
Green Angel Gardens offers the opportunity of living the vision of integrating our lives with the natural systems of life on Planet Earth.
Growing food is only one element in our journey to living sustainably on Planet Earth. Learning to build healthy soil, the “web of life;” learning to compost; harvesting the rain for water; the sun and wind for electrical needs; making available physical and spiritual opportunities through Yoga, meditation, music, and community events, all work together to form the lifestream of Green Angel Gardens Sustainable Living Center a Group Gardening at Green Angel Gardens is funded by CSA members; by the Farm Store and Organic Farm sales; by workshops and by Donations. Thank you all for your support. Blessings, Larkin Stentz, owner/steward.
Green Angel’s Sustainable Living Center has diverse programs:
- Green Angel Farm & Certified Organic Produce
- Our Geodesic Dome Construction with Cobb Walls
- WWOOFers and Interns, who give life to new projects
- The Green Angel Yoga Studio and Calendar of Events at the Center
- And of course, please also explore our blog, Chicken Scratch, our section about the steward of Green Angel, Larkin Stentz, and his personal projects, and our list of links to friends of Green Angel.
Larkin Stentz Steward of Green Angel Gardens
Larkin has taught sustainable Agriculture in Mexico, and designed gardens for homes, estates, and commercial installations. A Master Gardener, he was President of the Clatsop County Master Gardeners for a year. He taught BioIntensive organic gardening at Hilltop Elementary School as part of their Springfield Learns Afterschool Program for 5 years. The garden won Youth Gardening Award for 2000, a national contest for gardens by young people. He teaches bio-intensive food production as instructed by John Jeavons, author of How To Grow More Vegetables. Mentors on this journey have been Michele Easton Cortright, my partner for 13 years who in her passing healed so many; my daughter Terralar Joy Roush, a light in all times; “I-Thou,” the book by Martin Buber that reminded me of an early age of the interconnectedness of all things; Buckminster Fuller, scientist, philosopher and designer of the Geodesic Dome, who coined the terms Spaceship Earth and Crew of Spaceship Earth of which I am one; Elizabeth Kubler Ross who taught me so much about living our truth and that death and dying are part of our journey; His Holiness The Dalai Llama whose depth of compassion is a source of inspiration for me all ways; and Chad Hollis, Humanure specialist, designer, roofer sailor, and friend, who helps me keep my shit together.”
He was a member of the Board of Directors of Missouri Tilth Producers which represents organic farms in the state of Missouri. Was a Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington for 6 years and Board member at large for Tilth on the Willapa, a local organization promoting food security.