If you have anything really valuable to contribute to the world

it will come through the expression of your own personality,

that single spark of divinity that sets you off

and makes you different from every other living creature."
Bruce Barton



Thriv’In will be offering a host of products, which will emerge naturally out of its research and educational activities.  We fully expect these products to provide a steady income stream that will, in time, support Thriv’In’s operations.  As research progresses at the institute we will be adding products to the following list:

  • Farming products
  • Events
  • Thrivable horse program
  • R&D Products


Farming Products


We will make the produce grown and animal products produced on the land available to our community in a variety of ways:

  • Booths at local growers’ markets
  • Fruit and vegetable stands
  • Selling to local restaurants

Space Rental

We will utilize the space to its fullest capacity by making it available for rental during the times that Thriv’In or Gaia U are not in need of the space.  The functionality and beauty of the space will provide opportunities to rent it out to workshop facilitators and presenters as well as to make it available for gatherings, including weddings and corporate meetings.


Per zoning laws Thriv’In will be allowed to hold quarterly 3-day events for a maximum 1,000 people.  These events will give us an opportunity to present research findings to the public, to bring together experts to share and collaborate, and to explore emergent culture together.

Thrivable Horse Program

We will be housing up to five horses, which we will utilize for riding programs and whole horse experiences, including interspecies communication. 

R&D Products

We anticipate research conducted on-site to yield opportunities for the creation of marketable products.  As these arise, we will be assisting in the creation and execution of business plans as a means of further funding Thriv’In’s mission.