Feed the People Farms is a small natural farm and nursery growing heirloom and heritage foods using folk-ways and sustainable technologies. We grow a diverse selection of heirloom vegetables as well as pasture raised eggs. We are a union recognized company committed to preservation, stewardship, and justice.



Feed the People Farms’ mission is the support of environmental and economic justice through the preservation of heirloom and heritage foods and the stewardship of the land and folkways.


Feed the People Farms’ vision is a member supported co-operative farm and education center that grows a diverse selection of food and plants for local and regional markets.


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Our core ethics are care of the land, care of the people, and returning the surplus. We use natural and organic methods of farming that has a heavy emphasis on building a healthy soil with a thriving ecosystem. We use animals for labor, cultivation, fertility, weed control, and pest management. And by using compost, mulch, cover crops, and crop rotation, we maintain a living soil that fully nurtures our crops and our health. Feed the People Farms is a member-managed LLC and an official union shop of the Industrial Workers of the World. We treat ourselves and the land with dignity.

The Farmer

N. C. “Slim” Brown — a 7th generation Georgian — was born and raised in Atlanta and the surrounding Appalachian and Piedmont regions. Spending most of his young adult life as a factory worker and country and bluegrass musician in Atlanta, he began growing food in a small home garden in 2014, has expanded and explored each year since, and in 2017 received a Permaculture Design Certificate from the Regenerative Leadership Institute.

From 2014 to 2017, Slim worked as a landscaper, gardener, and designer serving several Atlanta area clients. In 2016 an 2017, as a member of the Westside Urban Agriculture Partnership of GA Food Oasis and Atlanta Community Food Bank, Slim worked with marginalized urban growers to develop food autonomy plans in poor communities and food deserts. During that time he also oversaw Covenant House GA’s Help us Grow Program, which provided homeless and at-risk youth garden therapy and education in agriculture, ecosystem restoration, and alternative employment, as well as access to natural food for shelter residents, heirloom seedlings for 20 community gardens, and produce for a partnering catering company. In 2018 Slim began Feed the People Farms with a friend (since moved away) and currently grows food on family land in Carroll County, working to revitalize the old family farm with old family tools and folk-ways, and even varieties that his ancestors once grew. And yes, Slim still plays folk and country music in the area.