We strive to follow sustainable practices, to learn from others, and to share what we know with the wider community. This is not a small task but the effort is one we believe is critical for the long-term health and survival of the planet. The farm, the houses, and the work we do are all reflections of our desire to live as lightly on the earth as we possibly can. Many community members seek in their professional lives to find ways to decrease energy use through changes in behavior. In addition to the everyday practices of small-scale organic farming, we have fostered a program to share what we know and bring in experts as part of a farm education program. Farm education projects through the Cedar Mountain CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) have included workshops on extending the growing season, beekeeping, herbs and sustainable farming.