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Know Good & Well was created on the foundational belief that we all came here as a gift, a solution, as an answer.

WE ARE LOVE & LIGHT.

When we learn to reduce and void the internal and external distractions and emotions (chronic stress, fear, doubts, anxiety, depression, and negative thought patterns) that try to block this truth (that we are victorious), we more readily receive guidance and empowerment to do and become. We can boost productivity, improve wellness, and our sense of purpose and belonging. 

 

THE WORLD IS GROANING FOR US TO BECOME. 

Through the practice of horticulture, sustainable urban farming, and nature-based activities used as therapeutic modalities through horticulture and wilderness therapy,   the good of the land is operative, energetic, and activated for the good of the people

 

Know Good & Well serves to remind us what we know intrinsically about nature, ourselves, and each other, we are connected and purposed to work together. 

THE EARTH NEEDS US TO ENGAGE TO REMEMBER. 

*Know Good & Well currently serves the Chicagoland area with hopes to one day expand its service territories. 

 Chicago, IL 60602  |  224.442.3068 |   info@iknowgoodandwell.com

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is intentional, professionally instructed engagement with plants and nature to restore, improve mental and physical health, cognitive development, retention, socialization, and balance.

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Sustainable urban farming cultivates more than plants for food, it is our belief that it cultivates people and reduces the effects of poverty in life and (through its application) breaks the poverty mindset. Through urban farming and environmental literacy education, Know Good & Well grows people and supports the environment. 

Community Supported Agriculture is a hyperlocal, food subscription service for shares in the farm's harvest.  

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“Aniki is extremely knowledgeable, empathetic, and sensitive to the needs of her clientele. It's as if she sees the hidden need and gently dives in to meet you there.”

F. Holmes

Chicago, IL

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