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  • 15 Feb 2016 3:53 PM | Anonymous

    Karen Bittner, who was the Executive Director of Providence Farm for 5 years and has just spent the last year as our financial manager, is moving on to new opportunities. She has accepted a wonderful position with a local tech firm to focus on financial management and spend some time on developing her and her husband Blair's new farm.

    On behalf of all the volunteers, participants, staff and board we wish Karen the very best and know she will not be a stranger. She is welcome to the Farm any time and we have no doubt she'll be in shopping in our fantastic store and visiting with our folks.

    Thanks for your dedicated service to the Farm Karen. You will be missed.

      

  • 28 Jan 2016 5:32 PM | Anonymous
    Local Rotarian Bryan Bass has donated his 2001 GMC 4x4 to the Farm. We want to thank Bill for the truck which will be used on the Farm as a primary farm vehicle for moving produce and supplies around our property.
    Our current Farm truck is on it's last legs and so the timing could not be better just before the next growing season.

    The community spirit in this valley is so sustaining and meaningful.


    Chris Holt Executive Director and Bryan Bass.

    Thank you again so much.

  • 28 Jan 2016 2:14 PM | Anonymous

    We want to thank the students from Regent Christian Online Academy who have spent thursdays throughout the Fall and up until today working on our trails behind the Farm. Inclement weather didn't stop these dedicated students from completing their mission. The students cleared hazards, rebuilt the banks on some uneven pathways, cleared broom and brush, put in some tree identification signs and cut down some "widow" makers. A lot of effort was put in and some great learning opportunities had by all. 

    We now invite you to come to Farm and park up by our store and take the trail behind the store up into the bush for a beautiful, calming scenic walk through a wonderful forest and note the tree markers and the cleared paths. 


    The additionally built a demonstration outdoor survival shelter.



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