Hope Grows this Sunday


Hope Grows is a joint endeavor of William Wendt and his sister-in -law Angela Nowling.  This project is close to their heart.  We learned about it on our visit this past spring and wanted to help.  They have dedicated a whole greenhouse to the production of hydroponic lettuces and all the profits  go to help support Hope House.  Hope House provides safe houses for children who need a place of refuge.   

We believe customers will enjoy these tender heads of lettuce  and will be more than happy to support this worthy cause.  Angela is going to be here at The Farm this Sunday raising awareness and fielding any questions you may have about their family farm.  Farming is in Angela's blood.  She grew up on a farm.  Much of her adult life has been involved with farming while doing  missionary work abroad.  She recently lived in Japan where she helped people successfully grow and market their own crops.    She has a wealth of knowledge. We are so pleased she is going to spend some time with us this Sunday from 10 am until early afternoon.      

We really want to support this project and we look for our customers to want to be a part of this as well.     We plan on  making the Hope Grows Label a permanent item here at The Farm.    It's a great item to add to your shopping list.  



 Asian Pears (Opp Alabama)

Creamer Peas ( Walnut Hill, FL)

Zipper Peas ( Walnut Hill, FL)

Green Peanuts ( Jay, Florida)

Jumbo Green Peanuts ( Silver Hill, AL)

Peanuts, Raw and Roasted (Silver Hill, AL)

Hydroponic Lettuce, (Chumuckla. Fl)

Okra (Bay Minette , Al)

Blue Oyster Mushrooms, (Marianna, FL)

Red Potatoes (Alabama, Florida)

Tomatoes ( Sand Mountain, Al)

Watermelons (Florida, Georgia)

Local Milk ( Marianna, Florida)

 Thanks for looking.

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