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
Feed the People Farms is now serving at West End Farmers Market. You can now come get our heirloom and heritage foods every Saturday, 10am-2pm at Gordon White Park in Atlanta. EBT/SNAP collars are worth double at the market. The West End Market prioritizes farmers of color and growers from the community that it serves,… Continue reading West End Farmers Market
Our workshop schedule has been finalized! Feed the People Farms will host a workshop on the last Saturday of each month. These workshops are part of volunteer hours, so if you are interested in attending a workshop, just sign up for the volunteer day that workshop is being held on. March 24 Workshop Beginning a… Continue reading Workshop Schedule!
A lot has happened this winter. In short, the land we were sharing with Covenant House GA was sold, and we were invited to move FTP Farms to the Palestine Community in Madison, GA to expand our operations as well as to join and assist in their new venture in autonomy and sustainable living. It… Continue reading The move.
We've begun sowing our last round of crops for the three sisters plot: beans. We have chosen Genuine Cornfield. These are beauties with green pods and mottled reddish brown beans; pre-Colombian genetics once again. We sow three beans around each established corn stalk. (This corn is only three-weeks old!) The corn will continue to grow… Continue reading Last round of sowing plot one