Welcome!

Hello! Welcome to the Serene Disciple Project at Egret Isle Farm. We are a small start-up in Coupland, Texas aiming to explore and develop creativity, community, and spirituality through sustainable agriculture, artisan crafts, and visual arts. In Egret Isle Farm’s meadows, gardens, pecan orchard, ponds, barn, creative spaces, paths, kitchen, and porches, we explore sustainable spiritual practice and sustainable agriculture. We grow vegetables and souls, piglets and friendships, cauliflower and community.

Over the last two years, we have raised and sold meat, produce, and honey, hosted monthly gatherings for those who wish to get their hands dirty on the farm, and built an online community through videos documenting the happy, messy, trial and error of small scale farming along with conversations on ideas of personal and spiritual development. Through trial and error we have learned a few things about farming and videography and allowed the farm to grow and nurture our own souls. For health reasons we’ve had to put a hold on vegetable and meat production for now, but the bees keep making honey and the chickens keep producing eggs. If you are interested in eggs, shoot us an email and keep an eye out on this website for announcements when have honey for sale. And, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest videos.

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Hello! Welcome to the Serene Disciple Project at Egret Isle Farm. We are a small start-up in Coupland, Texas aiming to explore and develop creativity, community, and spirituality through sustainable agriculture, artisan crafts, and visual arts. In Egret Isle Farm’s meadows, gardens, pecan orchard, ponds, barn, creative spaces, paths, kitchen, and porches, we explore sustainable spiritual practice and sustainable agriculture. We grow vegetables and souls, piglets and friendships, cauliflower and community.

Over the last two years, we have raised and sold meat, produce, and honey, hosted monthly gatherings for those who wish to get their hands dirty on the farm, and built an online community through videos documenting the happy, messy, trial and error of small scale farming along with conversations on ideas of personal and spiritual development. Through trial and error we have learned a few things about farming and videography and allowed the farm to grow and nurture our own souls. For health reasons we’ve had to put a hold on vegetable and meat production for now, but the bees keep making honey and the chickens keep producing eggs. If you are interested in eggs, shoot us an email and keep an eye out on this website for announcements when have honey for sale. And, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest videos.

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Get Involved


Contact Us to subscribe to our weekly newsletter to get the most up-to-date information about the comings and goings on the farm.

Join our Patreon Campaign: The support of our patrons plays a big role in our ability to produce videos on a regular basis.

Other ways to help: As a small start-up that focuses on building community, we welcome supporters to help us get this project off the ground. For those who wish to lend their expertise, we welcome help with some of our initial small business “to-do’s”. Many supporters decide to visit the farm to experience the peace and satisfaction that comes with getting your hands a little dirty. Below are some of the ways in which we could especially use your help but if you think of something else, feel free to Contact Us with your idea!

Business Needs

  • Creating an integrated social media platform (Facebook, Instagram, etc.);
  • Setting up legal & financial structures

Farm Chores

  • Livestock chores
    • Feeding animals
    • Searching for the chickens’ eggs
    • Mucking stalls
    • Laying out hay bails
    • Creating a happy home for our incoming turkeys
    • Building fencing for livestock as we expand
  • Weeding & Mowing (tractor time!)
  • Expanding the current garden and helping us harvest produce
  • Harvesting and bottling honey

Contact us if you would like to volunteer.

Contact

RSVP to Farm Days, volunteer, let us know how we can improve, or just reach out for fun!

Interested in becoming a monthly donor? Join our Patreon Campaign! Donors have first-access to the farm’s meat and produce as well as original artwork and other crafts produced at the farm.

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