Help bring Serenity Farm organic food to local dinner tables

A project in Sedgwick, KS by Brad Dilts

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We are creating a multigenerational family farm that will provide local organic food while honoring God's creation and healing the land
Backers: 44
Average Pledge Per Backer: $227

Funded: $10,000 of $10,000
Dates: Jan 23rd -> Feb 7th (15 days)
Project By: Brad Dilts
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Latest News

Preliminary t-shirt design!

February 6th - via:
Hey, I just wanted to share what I am looking at for the t-shirt design.  Let me know what your thoughts are!  The background color is a rough approximation of the t-shirt color I was thinking of. T-shirt front - Should this be over the left... (Read More)

Piglets coming!

February 3rd - via:
Ok, is there anything on the farm cuter than newborn animals?  Yesterday afternoon it became very apparent that Mable, our Mulefoot sow, is getting close to having her litter!  She was waddling very slowly, and her teats look like they have filled... (Read More)

Got Eggs?

January 29th - via:
This morning Hannah and I (Tiff) were cracking eggs for breakfast.  I cracked open two that we got from our hens the previous morning.  The next egg I cracked open was an organic, free range egg from the local health food market.  The color and... (Read More)

70 Degrees in January?!? Gotta love Kansas!

January 27th - via:
Wow, thank you so much to our backers so far, especially one of my best friends from college, Robert!  Dude, you've floored me with your generosity and willingness to believe in my family and our dream!  Words cannot express my gratitude. In this... (Read More)

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