Grace Farms is a welcoming place to engage with nature, arts, justice, community, and faith. Our open architecture and hospitality encourage exploration of these initiatives within our 80 acres. We’re open six days a week and free to the public.
Join us for an in-depth look at cheetahs—the most endangered cats in Africa. Grace Farms Foundation’s Nature Initiative Director, Mark Fowler, and Richard Wiese, President of The Explorers Club and Emmy Award-winning Producer, will lead a discussion about what’s being done to save cheetahs from extinction.
Experience a restorative day of mindful practice with Sandrine Harris, Master Teacher at Copper Beech Institute. Open to people of all experience levels, participants will engage in several forms of meditative experiences, focusing on awakening their senses and expanding their capacity for presence.
Grace Farms Foundation is pleased to announce a 2019 residency with internationally acclaimed artist Carrie Mae Weems. We welcome you to experience the work of this influential contemporary artist, who will host a special lecture and performance during the month of March.
Grace Farms Foundation is honored to announce a significant collaboration with the country of Georgia and Unchain to create standards and practices that promote supply chain transparency to help bring an end to contemporary slavery.