This is Farmer James owner and visionary behind the new Goodness Grows Farm & CSA. James worked in commercial horticulture before becoming an organic farmer last year. He has been unlearning the traditional agriculture model common in Sussex County and learning the back to basics of permaculture, organic practices, etc.
His CSA, Solidarity is growing in Stillwater.
James will be hosting a tour of GG and also a Foraging walk with guest speaker Dan Farella on Friday August 23rd at 6pm. Come see where amazing, healing food comes from. Here are the deets:
Foraging for Foods and Remedies and Intro to Goodness Grows Community Supported Garden
Hosted by Goodness Grows Farm with Guest Foraging Guide, Dan Farella
Friday August 23rd, 6pm-9pmGoodness Grows Farm
939 Potters Road
Stillwater, NJ 07860
Farmer James Grenewicz, owner of Goodness Grows Farm and Solidarity Community Supported Garden invites you for an insightful walk around the farm with Forager, Herbalist, and Teacher Dan Dhanji Farella of Return To Nature.
Dan will share his knowledge and wisdoms on the often overlooked “wall of green” plants that surrounds us. Learn to identify some edible, herbal, and medicinal plants, often mistaken for mere weeds. Dan will discuss some traditional methods of treating ailments with homemade herbal remedies as well as the preparation of and nutritional benefits of wild foods that can be found growing naturally, and often abundantly, in our area.
Farmer James will also offer a tour of his farm, Goodness Grows LLC, and provide an overview of his second year offering community shares in his produce through Solidarity Community Supported Agriculture. Learn how you can participate in building a resilient, local food system, free of chemicals and GMO’s while enjoying locally grown veggies and fruits.
A build-your-own salad with both wild edibles and freshly picked produce from the farm will be shared after the walk and tour. Homemade dressing will also be served. Please bring your own beverage.
There is a $20 suggested donation per person. Children are free. For more information, Please visit Dan’s webpage at http://returntonature.us/ . Goodness Grows Farm is located at 939 Potters Road in Stillwater, NJ. Eggs are available for purchase daily from the roadside stand. All eggs come from pasture raised and organically fed hens.