Professor Emeritus of Agricultural & Applied Economics

Our family was first introduced to Agrihoods about four years ago when CBS Sunday Morning aired a featured segment on Serenbe.

It was just after Cash was born and we remember thinking what a cool and unique life experience it would be to raise him in a fun, healthy & socially connected environment with other “Free-Range” kids.

Not only do Agrihood kids acquire an exceptional amount of social skills, they also acquire a whole new appreciation for healthy, clean food and the way it’s grown.

So we began our research, and the more we looked into the concept of Agrihood living, the more we agreed this is the type of lifestyle and environment we want for our son.

So this past summer we set out on a journey to visit different Agrihoods across America.

We spent over seven months traveling over 7,000 miles visiting over twenty Agrihoods in ten different states…including OR, ID, CO, IL, OH, VA, NC, GA, FL and TX.

One of the developers said we probably set some type of world record traveling that many miles and seeing that many Agrihoods within a certain amount of time. Maybe he’s right, but one thing we know for sure is how excited we are to share our journey with you as we continue to discover everything the Agrihood lifestyle has to offer.

Be sure to check out the featured communities on AgrihoodLiving.com as well as all of our cool videos on our YouTube Channel…Agrihood TV. Agrihood Radio is our new podcast show that brings you everything you want to know about farm to table living.

We look forward to hearing from you as we roll across the country discovering and learning about some of the best Agrihoods in America!

April 14, 2019

Food is Making People Sick- Professor John Ikerd

Episode #8 - Professor John Ikerd from The University of Missouri tells us why he has made it his life’s work to reconnect people with each other and the earth.