​​​​180 Degree Farm is a 501c3 nonprofit organization
We are open Saturday's from 9:30 AM to noon





What's Happening Now



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  • We are so grateful to have these fine young men and women from the University of Florida here with us this week. They've been busy planting tomatoes in the greenhouse, washing and candling eggs, mulching fruit trees and walkways, planting seed, packing food for cancer patients, weeding & hilling potatoes, and the list goes on. We're so impressed with their heart for serving the community!


  • Please continue to keep the Speed family in your prayers after the passing of precious Riley on 12/28/14.   They are such a wonderful family and they need a lot of love and support to get through this difficult time.


  • ​Please keep Jayla Myers in your prayers.  Jayla, a precious 6 yr little girl, has been diagnosed an aggressive, inoperable brain cancer called bi-thalamic glioma, specifically Anaplastic Astrocytoma, Grade 3.  She has been struggling with swallowing liquids.  Pray for restoration and healing.


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  • ​If you are just learning about us, we are a 501c3 nonprofit and 100% volunteer based ministry. In 2014, we gave over 27,000 lbs of organically grown food to those who are sick or impoverished in our community (surpassing our 2013 total by 3,000lbs). This year, we want to surpass that number by a large margin.  Because of our story, our biggest focus is on those fighting cancer. We also partner with CTCA in Newnan and hand out approximately 300 lbs of free organic food per week. This helps ease the financial burden when having to make a lifestyle change, after being diagnosed.  

    ​We want to do more! Our plan includes cutting one more field for the spring of 2015, which will enable us to grow much more food for our community. You can help by clicking on the link below to donate today. 


 

237 Emory Phillips RdSharpsburgGA 30277, USA


(678)-481-3367

nicole@180farm.org


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180degree Farm in Sharpsburg

180degree farm in Sharpsburg