Actually, we closed on it back on July 1st, but we went up for our first visit as official owners this past Thursday. We brought our lovely pro-bono architects along, and they took some gorgeous photos. Here’s just a handful of them.
Training Military Veterans for Careers
in Sustainable Farming, Agricultural Trades and Food Entrepreneurship
We are about to close on a beautiful farm two miles outside of Hudson, NY, which will serve as our residential campus and headquarters, and will also operate as a working farm. Michelle went down there yesterday and took this gorgeous photo.2
“I believe in the American small farm, and think it has a crucial part to play in the local economy and the community. I consider myself a patriot of this country and believe this is the best way I can continue to support and help…1
Last week, we met with Korean War vet Jim Haggerty and retired E8 Master Sgt. Carl Clark. Jim, who served in the marines from 1951-54, has been a major veterans advocate for decades, and serves as an officer in numerous veterans-affairs organizations. Carl served in…1