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Sharon Princes’s Obsession With Nature

Grace Farm is a non-profit community center and cultural institution that offers space for a widened appreciation of natural beauty, promote education and understanding, increase communication and inspire though amongst its visitors.

In summers, grace farm is the place to visit where catch-and-release at Cattail Pond is one of the best experiences as well as watching Fall Foliage over the one-mile walk trails and exploration of over 1,000 trees. Winter is no different as people enjoy the beautiful nature of wildlife by witnessing species of birds migrate, take photos of snow-capped trees, watch birds of prey such as owls, which never migrate and are always active throughout all the months.

Grace farm is a place that offers an appreciation of ecological and diversity by enriching the habitat and biologically restoring an environment that would foster indigenous wildlife. Through the restoration of the meadows, has encouraged the restoration of the habitats of the grassland that had once vanished such as the Kestral Falcons. It is a great scenery for over 40 species of birds where bird watching groups meet and engage in educative conversations and appreciation of natural beauty.

As a community garden, Grace Farm offers gardening education to encourage self-sustainability through gardening. It aims at encouraging healthy living through the consumption of organically grown crops. Moreover, during the Earth Day Festivities, it offers a space for all people to interact with nature and learn things that can help them in their daily life.

Grace Farm is headed and was founded by prince Sharon a 2017 NOMI Networks Abolitionist Award and Auburn’s Seminary Lives of Commitment. She is a scholar with a BS/BA and MBA from the University of Tulsa. Consequently, she served as the 66North president an Icelandic Technical brand that distributed the products to 100 stores.

Sharon Prince Grace Farms’s social Media: twitter.com/gracefarmsct