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Urban Farming and Concious Living

Certificate of Excellence

Urban farmers contribute to their local food economy by helping fresh vegetables and fruits to be available to urban consumers.

Learn to Grow Fresh Vegetables and Fruits

Urban Farming and Concious Living Online

Certificate of Excellence

Whether you are interested in growing food for earning income or producing healthier food all on your own, this program will help you get your hands dirty, and plate full.

Produce Healthier Food For Yourself

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Be an Urban Farmer

Embrace Food With S.O.U.L.

Commit today to growing and eating Seasonal. Organic. Un-refined. Local food Southwest Institute of Healing Arts (SWIHA) provides two exciting Certificates of Excellence in Urban Farming that you can enroll in Today!

The Possibilities are Limitless – How do you see yourself Serving as a Modern Day Urban Farmer?

Reconnect with Mother Earth, nature, and the roots of life. Adopt a healthier way of serving in the world.

Urban Farming
Urban Farming

Why Be An Urban Farmer?

Are you ready to be plant the seeds of hope for a healthier planet Earth?

Take it step by step in Urban Farming and Conscious Living Online! Learn to transform your personal or community green spaces into productive gardens for personal use or community sale.

More and more people in the growing urban areas love this productive hobby, profession, and healthy way of living. Not only are you able to use your energy wisely, but you are opening a whole new gateway to better health, for yourself and your family.

The basic requirements necessary for productive growth are sun, containers, soil, plants and water. With these items, plus time and knowledge, you will Be An Urban Farmer in just weeks…

Recent Blog Posts

Cameo Wilson is one incredible individual who has learned to nurture her own self growth and in doing so found her roots and a deep-seated passion for urban farming and sustainability. What brought her to SWIHA was a self-imposed desire for self-growth, followed by the committed decision to take care of herself. “By taking care of myself physically and emotionally through eating well and observing my own nutritional intake, I found a love for my own well-being and the ability to share my journey of health with others. I decided to further my education in what I love and pursue Nutritional Coaching as an avenue to serve. Food, eating healthy and wellness all resonated with me so I began searching online for schools that offered programs with these options in coaching. SWIHA was the first one to pop up and instantly I felt like that was the option I wanted … Read More

Like many in my generation, for most of my life I only knew white rice. Although I heard about whole grains I did not incorporate them into my daily eating until I was learning about whole grains about eight years ago. At that time I decided to get tested for food sensitivities and found that I’m sensitive to gluten, the protein in whole grains including wheat, barley and rye. I stopped eating most food with gluten and now find that when I do eat gluten, I almost immediately get hives. Last year, I was also tested for celiac disease, a serious autoimmune condition in which our body does not absorb nutrients. Fortunately, I do not have celiac disease. I’m glad that I’ve had these experiences as I can now share gluten-free eating with my clients and in my writing. Why We Need Carbs People are confused about carbs and about … Read More


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