This Old Farm Receives Farm to School Grant on September 19th, 2014
Read how This Old Farm is helping the Farmers Get their Products out into the Local Market!
We Need YOUR Vote! on September 9th, 2014
This Old Farm is participating in the Chase’s Mission Main Street Grant. We need 250 votes to be considered for the viewers to view our application.
To VOTE, please go to www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/business/detail/9689
October 10, 2014 is the deadline to VOTE!
This grant is for $150,000. This grant would be used to help GROW This Old Farm and our services for our Farmers, Alliance Members, as well as our customers! This grant would help keep our expansion costs down, which in turn means that we can expand our facility and our services to you without passing on the cost to you through increased fees! A win-win for us all!
Please take a moment to VOTE for This Old Farm and be a part of our Future! Helping Farmers grow one farm at a time!
Thank you for your continued Support!
Updated Cutting Instructions on September 8th, 2014
Please note that as of September 1, 2014, the updated cutting instructions will take affect.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kristy, Farmer Account Specialist at 765-324-2161.
You may email your cutting instructions to firstname.lastname@example.org
SNAP & EBT on September 8th, 2014
This Old Farm is happy to announce that we are now authorized to accept SNAP and EBT cards for your families healthy food purchases. We can also fill your order and send it to one of our local partners for pick up.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call and speak with a Shannon, our Director of Order Fulfillment, 765-324-2161, or we you may email her at Shannon@thisoldfarminc.com
Family Business on June 7th, 2014
This Old Farm began as a single farm operation supporting some of the needs of one farm family. Today it supports over 20 individuals and their families as well as many alliance farm families. I once asked how the farm could be self sustaining, but I am blessed to now see that one operation grow to not only be self sustaining but also supporting multiple families.
On Friday, I had three employees say thank you for their jobs. Not often do you hear those words as an employer. But boy were they needed after a very long and hard week. The folks that work alongside me to provide you with Good Food, work hard. Their jobs are physically and mentally taxing. The respect I have for them is great. Each one is needed. To see a family business grow to a community business is an outreach of the care and passion we have for Good Food, nutrition, and love of the family farms that we support.
Return the thanks that my employees were willing to pass along after a hard week with a prayer for all those in America that work diligently to provide food for our table. Thank you to all of you for supporting Good Food Access and growth of the Family Farms raising our meat and vegetables here at This Old Farm.