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CBS 19 Charlottesville

A vision for farmers and the needy

A vision for farmers and the needy

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FLUVANNA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Hunger or food insecurity are still big problems in Virginia, but one Fluvanna farm couple is helping to put a dent in that problem in a very unique way.

They grow their food to give it away for free.

A vision for farmers and the needy

A vision for farmers and the needy

A vision for farmers and the needy

Amyrose Miller teaching indigenous agriculture to Montessori school students

It’s a typical hobby farm with fruits, vegetables, chickens and, yes, even a spotted pig.

What isn’t typical is that the food grown is given away for free—all of it.

WNRN - Hear Together

A vision for farmers and the needy

WNTW - On the Mic with Mike

Virginia Free Farm Sunflower in front of the Barn

 

We toured the farm with Amy Rose for this Hear Together profile. You can listen at the audio link below and learn more about Virginia Free Farm on their website.


 

WNTW - On the Mic with Mike

Louisa County Chamber of Commerce

WNTW - On the Mic with Mike

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OpenIDEO

Louisa County Chamber of Commerce

Louisa County Chamber of Commerce

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Virginia Free Farm | Cultivating Food Security for at Risk Virginians Through Economic Enhancement for Small Farmers

We work to promote food sovereignty & social equity through systems designed to reward holistic and sustainable practices by small farmers.

Louisa County Chamber of Commerce

Louisa County Chamber of Commerce

Louisa County Chamber of Commerce

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Louisa Gives Back raised $ to help keep small businesses afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic.