Thankfully there is more to life here on the farm than just growing food and eating it!

The Share section is where we document the rest of life at Need More Acres, including our policy work and community connections as it relates to public health, just economies, and equitable food access. Think of this as the place where we share the story behind the story.

Fresh Food Restock for Tornado Relief

Need More Acres Farm, in partnership with local farms and generous financial donations, will be providing a one-time delivery of $50 in locally sourced, healthy food to those who have been displaced, experienced mental or physical injury, or lost power due to the recent tornadoes in the Bowling Green area. These deliveries will take place on Tuesdays in January and February and will include perishable and/or shelf stable foods based upon your request.
 
Everyone is eligible regardless of income, and deliveries are available to those who were directly impacted by the Bowling Green tornadoes on December 11th.
These deliveries will take place on the following Tuesdays: February 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd, between 10:00 am – 5:00pm. Boxes will be left at the door if no one is home.
Orders have been closed for January 25th.
 
 
Please place orders before Mondays  at noon

This program is made possible by funding provided by United Healthcare, private donations, and all proceeds from NMA merchandise (sold HERE) and at our booth at Community Farmers Market.

Need More Acres Merch Store

Need More Acres Farm is donating 100% of the proceeds from our merchandise sales towards our Fresh Food Tornado Relief Service which is a one-time delivery of healthy food to those who have been impacted by the recent tornadoes in the Bowling Green area. Thank you for your contribution!

Visit:

Community Farmers Market, which provides year-round, sustainable access to fresh locally grown food including a double dollar program for SNAP benefits, WIC/Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Vouchers and BIG Red Dollars.

Make a contribution to local food access:

HOTEL INC, which provides Warren County citizens with pathways to stable housing, community resources, building relationships, quality food, and serving our neighbors.