A Letter to Our Volunteers

A Letter to our volunteers The JK Community Farm would like to take a moment to deviate from our regular blog format to thank all of the wonderful volunteers who helped us have a successful first season. Thank you for sharing your time, your talents, and for helping...

How Do We Keep Our Soil Healthy?

Members of our community continue to let us know how grateful they are that our 150 acre community farm is not a housing development…so are we! But more important to us is that the land is enrolled in a conservation program and we are taking care of our soil. We love...

“Doesn’t Organic Just Mean Dirty?”

This week we were asked the question, “doesn’t organic just mean dirty?” No! But what is organic? And why are we so passionate about organic and locally grown food?   The fruits and vegetables we are consuming contain fewer nutrients than they ever have in the past...

Do you deserve to eat rotten food?

Food justice and food education are often overlooked in the fast paced lives of Americans today. But, let’s take a minute to explore what these important topics mean, and how they are impacting your family and your community.  Some of you may ask, “what is food...