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The last few days have really taken a toll on us. We've been planting, harvesting, shearing sheep, and moving animals - all in the summer heat. The cool thing is we were able to donated over 2,000 lbs of food last week (which puts our total over 8,500 lbs for the year!) and had two more lambs born. Is it too early to look forward to fall?
We created 180° Farm as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in beautiful Coweta County, Georgia. We believe this is a way to minister to the needs of the community spiritually, through education and providing "clean, natural" food.
My wife and I purchased property in Sharpsburg, Georgia four years ago. We had envisioned building a house and starting a small farm. Soon after the purchase my son Mason was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma, a childhood form of cancer.
As Mason’s cancer became non-progressive, we realized we needed to do more than just grow good food for ourselves. We wanted to produce for the local community, healthy, organic, “clean foods” that did not contain pesticides, herbicides, hormones or antibiotics.
We felt led to do something more than just grow food, but to give a helping hand up to those in need. We believe in giving fresh grown food to the local food ministry, but more importantly, teaching through our workshops how to grow food, on any plot of land. Times are tough and getting back to the basics is not an option anymore, it's a necessity.
Part of our mission is to provide our local community with healthy, fresh grown vegetables, eggs and meats that you can feed your family with the utmost confidence.
If you visit 180, you will notice the rich, black soil that our vegetables grow in. Like humans, plants need a full spectrum of minerals and good nutrition to stay healthy and fight off disease. These rich soils, which are high in compost, also make our veggies taste better, because the natural sugar content (brix level) is higher. Happy plants, healthy people!
Natural, “beyond organic” grown foods are approximately 25% more nutritionally dense compared to conventionally grown foods. Plus, our food doesn’t carry the additional “baggage” of conventionally grown foods. I guess the old saying, “You get what you pay for” really is true!
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