Other ways to support Angel Acres

We are first generation female farmers starting a regenerative farm from scratch. By starting our own farm and documenting the entire journey, we desire to educate consumers on the importance of supporting regenerative agriculture for human health and the health of the planet. 

Our farm, Angel Acres, will focus on education and production. We desire to create an educational "hub" both at our farm and online -- a place (virtual and in person) where people can come and learn about regenerative agriculture. 

There are three ways to help support the farm, listed below.

Support us on Patreon

Becoming a member of our Patreon page is an easy way to support regenerative agriculture as this income stream allows us to continue to create free content to help spread the word and educate others about regenerative agriculture!

Patreon is a membership platform that connects content creators with fans and supporters. It offers financial tools that let supporters subscribe to projects that give creators a predictable income stream as they continue to create content. 

Patreon members get access to extra content, behind the scenes' at the farm, Q&As, and biweekly Google Meet sessions about different topics.

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GoFundMe Donation

Unfortunately, the start up costs of starting a regenerative farm from scratch are quite high. We put everything we had into purchasing the farm, but we need your help with other start up costs to support our mission to #MakeSoilSexyAgain. Our long term goal with the farm is to create an educational hub for others to come learn about and experience what regenerative agriculture has to offer this world.

Our current project is purchasing lamb and hay for fall and winter bale grazing, one of the best ways to improve soil fertility.

Donate to GoFundMe

Angel Acres Swag

Support Regenerative Agriculture and Angel Acres with some farm swag! We have baseball caps, bucket hats, hoodies, water bottles, socks & stickers. All money we make from swag will be put back into the farm and will allow us to continue to create content about regenerative agriculture.

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