Jinger Dixon

The Santa Barbara Moringa Farm, a part of the Dos Pueblos Permaculture Farm, was started in 2013 by Fred and Jinger Dixon with support of land owner Rosario Perry as a greenhouse restoration and soil remediation project. 

It is a thriving 20 acre working farm with 2.5 acres of perennial food forest, indoor tropical food forest and rescue barnyard. 

A classic contemporary small farm practicing regenerative agriculture, proceeds from the Santa Barbara Moringa Farm are used to fund further development of their eco-system rehabilitation project on the beautiful Gaviota coastline.

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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