For Job information, email michael1 (at) indianacommunity.org
For General Information, please email Michael Hicks at michael (at) indianacommunity.org or call 812-727-5444
Visitors: Currently, we don't take take spontaneous visitors; however, the following are ways to come and experience the farm: attend a tour/potluck (several per year), volunteer on the farm, work exchange here, attend a workshop or class, or apply to be a staff member or a student.
Living Roots Farm
5907 W CR 375 S
French Lick, IN 47432
Living Roots Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the ways that one can be a resident at Living Roots?
Get hired at staff, be a long or short term work exchanger, or become a student.
- What are the housing options for incoming staff?
Farmhouse, cabin in tiny house village, shared bunk space in tiny house village, camper, campground - depending on availability. We are a family-friendly farm and have some family housing options.
- Are there opportunities for work exchange?
Yes, typically, especially for those with farm or building/maintenance experience. See our work exchange page for more info.
- What are the schooling options for my children in the area?
Click Here for a page that lists other schools within Orange County. Homeschooling is also very doable in Indiana.
- What's it like in Southern Indiana?
If you aren't from this area, then you might not have an idea. It's a secret spot. It's very beautiful and hilly, with lots of forest. The Farm is near lots of national forest and several lakes. We have a really nice food co-op in Paoli, about 9 miles away. French Lick is just about 5 miles away. It's a little tourist town, with several historic spa resorts, lots of restaurants and things to do. Bloomington, a progressive college town, is about 1 hour away and so is Louisville, which is culturally diverse and has a lot going on.