LIVE IN HARMONY
Harmony Ranch Eden is designed to cultivate a connection between nature and the human spirit. Harmony Ranch emphasizes sustainable living, regenerative agriculture, land-based education, and holistic fulfillment. The community features Harmony Barn, a gathering space for residents, self-sustaining farming fields, a trail network, ponds for summer and winter activities.
Living in Harmony
A collective return to living in community lands.
Harmony Ranch believes in the virtues of sustainable living, the value of regenerative
agriculture, the principles of land-based education, and the practice of living in holistic
Our vision is to create a neighborhood for families that feel connected to the land, in co-operation with one another. We will achieve this with natural amenities that focus on healthful living with community projects that bring our neighbors closer to the land they live.
This is Living in Harmony™
A Vision for Harmony Ranch
NOURISH – CONNECT – REGENERATE – THRIVE
Harmony Ranch celebrates our symbiotic relationship with nature through a thoughtfully planned 55-acre community of living spaces that are designed to cultivate a connection between nature and the human spirit. By practicing sustainable living, regenerative farming, intentional and nature-based education, and a holistic approach to the fundamental principles of health, we build the foundation for a balanced life of fulfillment.
We will mirror our surroundings in family comfort and modern farmhouse style that bridges rustic natural elements with beautifully designed living spaces. See more examples here.
At the heart of the community is Harmony Barn. This is where we will gather, share, learn together, and cultivate our community garden. The fields to the north of the barn are for self-sustaining farming. A trail network will encourage exploration through nature and facilitate a connected community. Ponds will provide a chance to escape the heat on a summer afternoon and lend to ice skating during the winter months. Harmony Camp will provide local entertainment, education, and a way for children in the community to connect. Residents will enjoy ski access in and out of Nordic Valley as well as a recreational corridor within the community that is ideal for sledding, skiing, biking, and other four-season activities.
Argyle Acres: Managing Harmony Ranch Regenerative Agriculture – Learn more here:
The important regenerative agricultural principals
Regenerative agriculture is an approach that focuses on improving soil health, enhancing biodiversity, and promoting environmental sustainability. The first principle involves minimizing soil disturbance by practicing no-till cropping and avoiding synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Instead, natural alternatives such as nitrogen from chicken feces are utilized. The second principle emphasizes keeping the soil covered to prevent erosion and enhance water infiltration. This is achieved by giving pastures longer recovery times, trampling uneaten forage, and adding organic matter through livestock feces.
Diversity is the third principle of regenerative agriculture, which includes incorporating various livestock species, fostering plant diversity, and supporting wildlife habitats. This approach leads to a healthier ecosystem and better nutrient cycling within the soil. The fourth principle is maintaining live roots in the soil to support soil microbes, bind the soil together, and increase carbon sequestration. This can be achieved through cover crops and preventing overgrazing. Lastly, integrating animals into the system is essential for maintaining a productive and sustainable agricultural landscape.
Regenerative agriculture goes beyond the concept of “doing no harm” to the land by actively working to improve and revitalize soil health and the environment. This approach encompasses permaculture and organic farming practices, ultimately leading to healthier soil, nutrient-dense food, and more productive farms. Regenerative agriculture supports sustainable communities, economies, and ecosystems, making it a vital part of a greener future.
Harmony Ranch Summer Camps
Hosted by Argyle Acres
The goal of Argyle Acre Farm Camp is to provide time for children to connect with nature and learn about the relationship between regenerative agriculture and the environment through developmentally appropriate experiential learning activities. Children are immersed in the daily rhythms of the farm by helping with farm chores, caring for animals, investigating insects, and interacting with the natural world. There are plenty of opportunities incorporated throughout the day to let children’s natural curiosity guide learning.
Learn more here: Argyleacres.farm
Wilderland at Harmony Ranch
Wilderland at Harmony Ranch is a self-directed, nature-based, and achievement-oriented educational environment for K-6 learners. Opening fall 2023. Learn more at Wilderland.academy
Nordic Valley in
One of the country’s best kept secrets for an outdoor lifestyle.
The property location rests in the Wasatch Valley just 55 minutes from Salt Lake City International Airport, 20 minutes to Snow Basin, 15 minutes to Powder Mountain, and 15 minutes to the shops in North Ogden.
Nordic Valley Ski Resort
Trails expanded and High-speed 6-pack lifts added in 2020
Ski in to homesites from Nordic Valley Resort with beginner through advanced ski trails.
Hiking & Biking Terrain
Miles of multi-season trails
Private community campsite
Shaded picnic hills
Fitness and terrain facilities
Direct access to the best
mountain biking, dirt
biking, hiking roads via
The Harmony Pond
Native flora design
The proposed Harmony Pond is a natural community swimming hole for summer and a skating rink in winter.
Harmony Farm & Ranch Camp
Harmony Ranch is the cornerstone of our holistic concept for balanced living.
Over the years, we will develop an alternative model to commercial agriculture, giving back to the land through biodynamic farming, symbiotic grazing, and biodiverse foods, flora, and fauna.
This dedication to a more sustainable possibility will further be developed through the Ranch Camp Education Project.
Through these community activities and platforms, we’ll begin our commitment to the living out the potential of nurturing the Earth, spirit, and bodies through a more balanced model.