Sunpath Family Farm
Jeremy & Alia started off as hobby gardeners, growing food for their household of five. They quickly saw the benefits in growing their own food and supporting their local farmer's markets. Not only was the grocery budget looking better, they were looking better and feeling better too. But the enjoyment was short live when they realized that the community in which they lived ultimately had no access to fresh organic food.
One day while browsing gardening videos on YouTube, Jeremy discovered a video about bio-intensive urban farming that allowed farmers to grow large quantities of produce on small plots of land. They immediately felt as though they had found their life’s work and purpose. Through this method, they could grow enough food to provide not only for themselves but for family, friends, and their community.
Jeremy, who had recently relocated from D.C., was in search of a means to provide for his family. Before relocating to Richmond, he worked in administration at Sibley Memorial Hospital on the oncology unit. Through this work he developed a passion for helping those in need and had been looking for ways to connect this passion with a new career path. Alia had been growing weary of her "9 to 5" with the federal government and had also been searching for a new sense of fulfillment. Their love of gardening has not only become a shared passion but a shared life's purpose.
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