Our Mission is to provide FREE nutritious, responsibly produced healthy food to our neighbors in need.
Our growing methods take the lead from mother nature & we honor indigenous methods of controlled burn, natural animal soil disruption, & biomimicry planting in order to most responsibly care for the ecosystem we are a part of. We believe each one of us should be a steward of the earth & our community acting deliberately to live with veracity, beneficence, and fidelity to our land, people, and waterways.
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We are stepping up to help the Rappahannock Nation reclaim its traditional agriculture & sacred seeds. We will be restoring the lost crops of their ancestors as a promise to their future food sovereignty.
We provide educational programs & presentations for schools and community groups on topics such as food insecurity, indigenous agriculture, seed saving, and more.
If you have too many males or old females and don't want to feed them please consider donating them to us to feed those in need. We will take care of the processing. Geese, ducks, turkeys, chickens, Guinea, goats, sheep whatever! Donations are tax deductible.
By saving your seeds, we control our seed and therefore your food supply—we aren’t depending on seed stores or catalogs for difficult to find seed. Hundreds of excellent plant varieties have been discontinued as big corporations have consolidated the seed industry and focused on more profitable varieties. If you have a community garden or would like to plant your own vegetable garden please let us know and we will gladly provide seeds free of charge.
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Virginia Free Farm @ Spotted Pig Holler is an Indigenous / Veteran led 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. We are qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2016 or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
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