Escape the Insanity of City Life Today!

Build your own off-grid organic farm in our 250-family, self-reliant community.

What if you could...

  • Have a safe place to raise your kids where they could learn to work & appreciate Nature?

  • What if you could escape your dependency on cities for all your life-sustaining needs?

  • What if you could grow lots of nutritious, pesticide-free food?

The Riverbed Ranch organic farming community offers all of these, and much more!


Utah's 1st & only Organic Agricultural Co-op Community

No, this is not a religious community, this is not a commune, nor a political statement. This is an agricultural cooperative created by a group of families that want to produce all their own food, water, and power independently of any market or government.


Summary:

The Riverbed Ranch organic farming community is for families and individuals that are determined to live a more self-reliant / self-sustaining lifestyle. Most of the 70+ families, who have joined our community so far, joined for one (or more) of these reasons:

  • To live a lifestyle independent of mortgage, power, and water bills.

  • To live a healthier lifestyle, eating pesticide-free food and breathing clean air.

  • For safety, either from things now, or things that may come down the road.

  • To create a place where their family can all live, learn and work together.

The Utah OSR Land Cooperative, is a legally-registered non-profit created under Title 3 of the Utah Code by one of the country’s foremost agricultural co-op attorneys.


That co-op has created the Riverbed Ranch — a 250-family, online-but-off-grid, organic farming town located in Utah. Approximately 500 of the 1,245 acres is reserved for agricultural production by “sub-coops” organized by the various co-op’s members. The rest of the property has been laid out in 2 to 3.9 acre parcels for individual farms, roads, parks, and community buildings.


Benefits:

Your $25,000 gets you:

  1. Two acres at the Riverbed Ranch farmsteading community (you get a land cooperative’s equivalent of a title, it’s called a “proprietary occupancy agreement” and can be bought and sold). Over 1 million Americans own their land and homes through land co-ops.

  2. Six acre-feet (up from 4) of water rights (that’s 1,955,106 gallons of well water a year),

  3. A vote in the cooperative,

  4. Opportunity for group purchases of products and services needed to build your farmstead.

  5. Opportunity to sell your products and services through the co-op (or any way you wish),

  6. First stab at job openings within the cooperative, and

  7. The opportunity to spearhead the creation of "sub-cooperatives" to provide jobs and goods and services to the co-op members and/or outside customers.

  8. To live near 249 other families who are determined to live self-reliantly.

Benefits:

The non-profit Utah OSR Land Cooperative’s Riverbed Ranch community will feature:

  • High-speed Internet via Hughesnet and/or Elon Musk's Starlink network,

  • A K-12 school, and other community services (listed below).

  • BMX bicycle and Tough Mudder courses for kids to enjoy,

  • A greenbelt area running up the middle of the community, including a hiking trail, honeybee-friendly trees and bushes, a road, and maybe someday, a creek.

  • An RV and camping park. This way, shareholders who so choose can live in the RV park while building out their farmstead. And later, guests can stay and enjoy the community.

  • Co-op store for importing and exporting goods and where the profits benefit the co-op members.


Have Questions?

If so, after watching the intro video below (and reviewing the info above), feel free to register for one or more of our free Wednesday night Q&A Zoom sessions.



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