"Jew Valley is a basin in Lake County, Oregon, in the United States.
Jew Valley was named for a colony of Jewish farmers who settled there in the early 20th century."
Wait, what? I grew up in Oregon and I never heard of this.
Apparently the colony, founded by 25 families 'including a shochet,' experienced success for a few years before disbanding.
Speaking of utopian Jewish farming communities... there's a new one in the offing:
The "Frum Farm"
I spoke with the family behind it & it seems to be quite a serious endeavor.
Of course, to me one paradigmatic utopian Jewish community that I never got to see (born just slightly too young; nuts!) is Rav Bulman zt"l's kehilla in Migdal haEmek.
Here's one article that mentions it briefly: by Mrs. T. Katz.
And before that there was Frankfurt.
This is a wonderful, sparkling article about Frankfurt: Hermann Schwab's memoirs