At Seven Sons we believe that building relationships with our community and connecting people to our land is one of the most valuable things we can do as farmers. Our journey started off over 16 years ago with just a dream and few loyal patrons who believed in this mission.
Today we are now supported by several thousand loyal patrons who have a direct relationship with our farm. Our business has never sought the limelight of the public; however, recently it has been rewarding to see folks in our community who desire to help share our mission.
A few months ago Stacy Root, who is the editor of Business People Magazine, reached out to us with interest in writing a feature article about our farm. We welcomed Stacy out for a visit to the farm and much to our surprise we quickly realized Stacy was already very familiar with the ideals of regenerative agriculture and what it means to think holistically about food systems. It was so refreshing to meet someone for the first time and be able to carry on a likeminded conversation about shared beliefs regarding food and agriculture.
After our visit, Stacy went on to write a very insightful article that did a great job capturing the essence of why we do what we do. Because of Stacy’s effort nearly 70,000 readers will have the opportunity to learn about our farm’s mission.
Kudos to Jeffrey Crane on some great photography: