Beausol Gardens and Sanctuary has been built around relationships within the world. We believe that by observing the complex interconnectedness of nature and the wisdom inherent within its structure, we learn the best ways to nourish bodies and souls. Because of our connection to this land and to our bodies and souls we know that it is now time for us to move on and to hand this beautiful piece of heaven to someone else.
Thus, the land and buildings that Beausol Gardens and Sanctuary was built on is for sale.
Please contact Beth Loudon of Franklin Street Realty at 919-619-0973 for details.
Our vision for Beausol Gardens & Sanctuary has been to learn from nature to provide healthy produce and beautiful flowers to our local community and to offer companionship on the journey towards wholeness and health based on respectful relationship with our farm, family and community.
Our programs included our farm, Beausol Gardens, which provided produce and flowers grown using sustainable biodynamic principles and methods (which we believe are better than 'organic') via the Durham Farmers' Market and CSA and Beausol Sanctuary, which provided spirit-centered counseling within the beautiful natural surroundings of our farm.
Beausol Gardens, the farm, has been a member of our family and we are a symbiotic part of its physical thriving. We are now seeking stewards in the hopes that they will continue this integral relationship to guide the farm further on its journey.
We believe that we are all here to support and benefit each other, which is part of our view of sustainability. And we also believe that we are just passing through on this beautiful planet. We are always learning and exploring! We have learned so much from this land and from our community. It is with deep gratitude that we move on to our next adventure!
We hope our small steps of growing healthy food and offering a place for healing in and with nature have helped to make the world a better place. And we also hope and pray that our next steps will continue our humble legacy of reverent stewardship.