Holler Farm

Grandpa bought a beutiful slice (75 acres) of Burl Holler for $500 back in the day! He and granny raised their 5 children, and always a stragler, in a small 700 square ft house. No running water or electricity! Wash the clothes on Monday and everyone takes a bath in the creek on Saturday (just in time for church).

Farming in those days was self sustaining. They grew their own vegetables (stored them for winter too), had their own milk cows, slaughtered their own pigs and the chickens truly free ranged.

Now as I inherit this land, I'm bringing the family farm back! Once again, we'll live off the land producing all natural vegetables, grass fed beef, free range eggs and chicken meat and maybe one day some patured pork and goat milk.

We aren't just using the farm for ourselves and customers, we're giving much of the goodness away to local poor as a way of expressing our love to God and people. We're much more than a farm. We believe in family business, we live and work this land as a community and we use the farm and its produce to help those in need.

People of all ages are welcome to visit. Young people (18-23) are invited for an onsite interneship. Experience Community, get discipled and grow in your faith while learning the practical applications of farming and making a living off of the land.

On going mission camp ministries allows students to live in authentic African huts while learning international mission principles. Povertry camps puts young people in the shoes of the poor for 50 hours to heighten their sensitivity to the "least of these".


Listing last updated on Dec 16, 2010

Family and Community based farm loving God and people. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), garden vegetables, fruits, herbs, grass fed beef, free range meat and egg chickens. Food ministry to the poor and onsite mission camp ministry. Internships available in our discipleship program. Live and work on the farm while helping others in need.

Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  7

Full Share:  $600/year

1/2 Share:  $340/year

Work Req?  No

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