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Big Heart Harvest

Big Heart Harvest


Progress Journal

4 Oct 2018

     For years, our family has grown food and raised chickens taking the bulk of the harvest to Rescue Missions, Soup Kitchen and individuals in need. We have been inspired to expand this ministry. We will be applying for Non-Profit status as a 501c3 Corporation. We ware also in talks with the land owner of the 4 acres next to us and the farmer who currently farms the land to gain access and use to expand our growing and eggs production to feed and empower more people in need.

3 Oct 2018

      Since we moved to our current location, our family has grown food and raised chickens to produce eggs taking the bulk of what we produce to soup kitchens, rescue mission, and individuals who were in need do to financial issues. We have used our greenhouse and small 1/2 acre property to do so. On October 3, 2018, we received a letter from our township that, according to township regulation, we did not have enough land to raise chickens & geese. We were given 60 days to either get rid of our birds or acquire the needed amount of property to maintain them. This was most difficult for me, because it has been one of my personal great joys to take these eggs to Hope Rescue Mission in Reading, PA. I have reached out to the town, and the township manager assured me that we would be in full compliance if we rented  the land next to our property and moved the birds approximately 20 feet  to right of where they currently are and on the 4 acres next door. I will begin reaching out to the land owner and farmer.

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