• healing together


    from soil to soul



    what does it mean to be

    Vital Ground?





    our bodies are

    the "soil" of our lives




    Soil is a complex network of interconnectedness that creates a foundation for living things to thrive.

    It humbly holds everything together, nourishing everything it holds, enduring even when depleted.

    People have a similar ability

    to produce and sustain things,

    caring beyond our capacity at times.








    How can we be responsible stewards of ourselves as a valuable, limited resource?


  • YOU are the most vital component of YOUR life!


    Just as depleted soil will not produce healthy crops,

    we don't do our best work when we are burned out


    Sustainability is about regeneration,

    allowing nature to replenish what we use


    Life requires resources from our body

    that must be replenished, too



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    Laura Fredrickson

    Laura's career as a massage therapist and farmer has centered around honoring the intrinsic connection between our bodies and the earth. That's what inspired her to create Vital Ground - she works tirelessly to nourish body, soul, and soil through her farm and network.

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    Leah & Evan Mathiason

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    Marine on St. Croix, MN

    Leah and Evan farm with deep reverence for the land and care for the life it sustains. From organizing a free farmstand in their community to share the harvest with those in need, to welcoming people into a network of community gardens they helped create. These folks rock!

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    Tony & Sarah Grossman

    Earnest Acres

    Saint Paul, MN / El Paso, WI

    Tony, Sarah, and their three kids live in Saint Paul and own 14 acres in El Paso, WI where they work as a family. A passion for "bees and trees" drives their small, efficient farm that churns out healthy young trees and golden honey thanks to this family's dedication to caring for the land.

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