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Natural Wonders At Grace Farms


Sharon Prince Grace Farms have plenty to offer as far as natural beauty is concerned. With over 80 acres of space, Grace Farms is well situated to provide unique experiences to the visitors.

The strategic position and natural beauty allow Grace Farms to transcend roles. At Sharon Prince Grace Farms, visitors get the opportunity to foster education, get entertainment, acquire inspiration, experience nature more closely, and develop a strong team through various team building activities.

At Grace Farms, time is never a limitation. Grace Farms operates all year round. Surprisingly every day of the week is a working day at Grace Farms. The advantage of this is that visitors can come in on any day, which makes Grace Farms an ideal place. Spending the summer at Grace Farms can offer a memorable experience. Grace farms have a range of activities and games for the fun-loving visitors, including fishing and exploration. On top of that, visitors at Grace Farm get the chance to involve themselves in community work.

Similar to summer, the winter season at Grace Farms is graced with unique and spectacular experiences. With almost the entire space at Grace Farms covered with snow, visitors get to enjoy activities such as photography. Furthermore, grace Farms celebrates the earth days, which usually are free; and open to the public. During the earth days festivals, family and friends get the opportunity to engage in activities that conserve the environment while having fun at the same time. Grace Farms has over 40 species of birds that make the environment captivating. Go Here for additional information.

Grace farms foundation has over eight years of operation as it was opened back in 2009. A female president Sharon Prince leads the foundation. Since the launching of the foundation, Prince has facilitated the smooth running of Grace Farms. Being a woman, Sharon Prince has not experienced many problems maintaining the natural beauty at Grace Farms. Actually, her gender and spectacular leadership skills are attributable to the success of Grace Farms.


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Sharon Prince – Earth Day 2019


Sharon Prince is the current President and Chair of Grace Farms, which was founded in 2009. Grace Farms is a non-profit foundation that is focused on faith and service, as well as nature, justice, arts, and community. Recently, on Earth Day (April 22, 2019), Sharon Prince and Grace Farms were in the news for some of the initiatives at the foundation. Because nature and justice are such an integral part of the foundation’s mission, it is no surprise that Earth Day programming is a big deal for them. The focus rests upon sustainability and restorative, especially in regards to climate change and recent news about the state of the environment. This year Grace Farms worked with the Nature Conservancy.


Together, they put on discussions and panels led by experts that discussed the state of the climate and what plans are in place to help create more sustainable life. There were also several educational programs run that focused on the importance of different elements within an ecosystem – which also reinforces the importance of sustainability. Because these different systems and elements in an ecosystem are so critical, it underlines the importance of protecting them in the long term. Go Here for additional information.


Grace Farms is also a beautiful, natural landscape that is home to a wide-variety of interesting wildlife. For instance, 75 different species of birds. Several expert led bird watching tours and walks were lead as part of the Earth Day celebration and education programs.


By given people the opportunity to see these and more natural elements that sometimes get lost in modern life, Grace Farms led by Sharon Prince is attempting to reconnect people to nature in a more personal way. She also views the Earth Day events as a marker for the beginning of a season of innovation, exploration, and discovery.


In an article with Gazetteday entitled “Vast Natural Offerings At Grace Farms”, Prince shared that the foundation aspired to preserve this site as a gift of open space, a peaceful respite for the community to enjoy and to encourage people to draw inspiration from nature, pursue justice, encounter the arts, explore faith, and above all, collaborate for the common good.


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