Food & Drink

Imagine a community where the region’s freshest, most flavorful, and nutrient-dense foods are produced, all within walking distance of your home. Want to live there?

Citadels communities are compact, walkable villages inside regenerative agriculture farms that not only produce the best food but also protect residents from flooding, drought and wildfire, while cooling the local climate and removing carbon from the atmosphere and putting it back into the soil where it belongs. More soil carbon means more soil organic matter, which means healthier plants and more nutritious, flavorful foods.

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On-site food processing

Access to the freshest value-added foods, created by foodies like you.

Farmers’ market

An on-site farmer’s market located within walking distance, open several days/week.

Community kitchen

Join your friends and neighbors to enjoy food and community.


Food Hubs

Food hubs are a crucial, but often invisible, part of the local food system. They help small farms grow by offering a combination of production, distribution, and marketing services. There are now 236 food hubs in the U.S., with more popping up all the time (see the USDA resources page for more information on Food Hubs).

Citadels incorporate an on-site, permanent farmers market that supplies the community with perishable foods, within a 15-minute walk of any residence.

Larger Citadels (i.e. one village in 1000 acres) can approach food sovereignty.

Let’s build something together.


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