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See what our CSA members have to say about their experience.

“The average food item on a U.S. grocery shelf has traveled farther than most families go on their annual vacations.”

Barbara Kingsolver

"The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison."

Ann Wigmore

If you have a connection with the farm, if you’ve actually walked on the soil of the farm, it nourishes your soul.

Nigel Walker

When it becomes a revolutionary act to eat real food, we are in trouble.

Mark Hyman

"Cultivators of the earth are the most valuable citizens. They are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous, and they are tied to their country and wedded to it's liberty and interests by the most lasting bands."

Thomas Jefferson
August 23, 1785


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There is a revolution going on right now in America with how food is grown, purchased, and eaten. Consumers are becoming more conscious that they "vote with their fork" three times a day for the food system they want.

Many are choosing a food system that is locally based and sustainable, less dependent on factory farms and the chemicals they use to grow, process, and transport food to market. Moving away from the highly processed foods that contribute to our growing epidemic of obesity and diabetes in our society. Taking a stand on the issues of land stewardship and economic justice for farm families in their area.

These issues cry out to be explored from a faith based perspective. We are all linked together by food, no matter where we live on this earth. The relationship between food and spirituality is strong and evident in many religious teachings. No matter what faith or denomination.
A partnership with Chimney Creek Farm and our CSA program gives your congregation the opportunity to eat local naturally grown food and to explore contemporary food issues within the context of faith values. It's a powerful way for them to build community, put their faith into action, and help bring about a positive change in the world today.

So, how can you get involved? Churches large and small can participate and make a real difference. We look forward to hearing from you and discussing options that make sense for you.

Your farmers,

Deane, Linda, and Tory

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