Turtle Island Research Cooperative
The Turtle Island Research Cooperative (more formally the Turtle Island Cooperative Farm & Research Center, and rebranded as The Victory Farm Center for the Humanities), is a registered non-profit urban farm utilizing permaculture methods based in south-east Boise, Idaho. Researchers, artists and other professionals live on a small goat farm as they explore their academic pursuits and engage with the wider community as well as integrating sustainable living within academia, thus combining elements of science outreach with the work ethic of cooperation and monasticism; salons, potlucks, and podcasts are a regular feature, with subjects ranging from Hegel to beekeeping. It is a member of the Cascadia Network. 
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