In the tiny Northern California surf town of Bolinas, there is a farm stand and art gallery that features numerous local farmers and artists. Nobody works at the stand, yet it stays open 24/7. This is because the stand relies on human goodwill in that people pay for their groceries on the honor system. After shopping, it is up to the buyer to log their items in the log book, then pay for their groceries using the deposit box. The food is all grown locally and sustainably, reducing the carbon footprint by eliminating most travel costs and allowing the crop lands to stay fertile without chemicals. The success of this farm stand provides hope for the future and proves that there are viable solutions to the economic, environmental, and ethical problems our world is facing at the moment.