As the novel coronavirus continues to spread into rural areas, higher risks of hospitalization and death from COVID-19 begin to show themselves everywhere. Whether its average age (73 years), occupation (mining and manufacturing), underlying health issues (diabetes, heart disease, etc.), an ongoing drug overdose epidemic, distance from hospitals, and a crumbling healthcare system, the risks… Continue reading COVID-19 and the Future of Food
Year 2020 marks our third year in business! 2019 was a little rough, moving from Madison, GA two hours west to my ancestral homeland in the Appalachian foothills of Carroll County. Last season saw ups and downs. Ups like a small loan from West Georgia Slow Money Club for seeds and poultry stock, and donations… Continue reading Two thousand and twenty
Our Patreon page has gone through some changes. Instead of using it as another social media and payment platform, we have converted it into a support/sponsorship page. Individuals will be able to sponsor us mainly for unforeseen breaks, leaks, damages, and accidents. Produce and food are not available through that page anymore, but for folks… Continue reading Changes to our Patreon
Good morning! This year we are expanding into patreon. In addition to farm-shares being available through patreon, there are two new membership tiers that you can participate in, exclusively through patreon. Check out our patreon page and explore the Supporter and V.I.P. Supporter tiers. As a Supporter, you're contribution goes to support larger organizations that… Continue reading We’re on Patreon!
It's been a while since I've posted any news, but a lot has been going on at Feed the People Farms. So what have we been up to? In November, Slim was offered the use of old family land in the Appalachian foothills of west Georgia. With roots that go back over 200 years in… Continue reading Ancestral Lands