Investment Opportunity!

Posted by Stephanie Jones on

We are looking for investors to invest in the future of healthy, organic, and abundant food! Work with us at Jones Creek Farm and Food Forest Abundance to put in a vast and abundant food forest in Midway, Georgia to provide your food security for years to come.
What is a food forest?
A food forest is a diverse planting of edible plants that attempts to mimic the ecosystems and patterns found in nature. Food forests are three-dimensional in design and typically involve 7 layers. The canopy or overstory, the understory, the shrub layer, the herbaceous layer, the root layer, the ground cover layer, and the vine layer. You may also consider an 8th layer... the fungal layer (mushrooms).
We are looking for ten investors to invest $10,000 each into this project and you will get a portion of the food produced here on the farm for years to come! Each of our investors will get an abundance of organic food produced throughout each season. Farm Fresh Eggs and medicinal and culinary herbs, fruit and berries, a large variety of vegetables, and our herbal teas and hand-crafted soap will be yours for the taking! The great thing about this opportunity is that no matter how high food prices get, you will have peace of mind knowing you have fresh, healthy, and organic food coming your way for years.
We will be growing so many different varieties in this 2-acre food forest. Peaches, plums, pears, pomegranates, grapes, and lots of citruses! Lemons, limes, loquats, and tangerines. We will grow many varieties of berry bushes. Blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, currants, and gooseberries. Lots of culinary herbs like oregano, basil, mint, thyme, lemongrass, hibiscus, and rosemary among many others. Medicinal herbs like yarrow, feverfew, chamomile, and witch hazel. There is so much
diversity, I couldn’t possibly list them all!!

You will also have access to all of our nursery plants for your own property as well!
As an investor, you will also have access to the rare (for Georgia) fruits that are not typically grown here; Starfruit, mangos, Barbados cherries, Surinam cherries, Papaya, Jaboticaba, moringa, katuk, toro, and cassava. We are working hard at growing these fruits in controlled environments to get access to fruit that we would not normally have access to here in South Coastal Georgia.
The funds from investors will go towards the infrastructure needed to make this project a success. The design of the food forest, the plants and trees, and the labor to install it. These funds will also cover structural infrastructures like a walk-in cooler, a large greenhouse, chicken coops, and fencing.

For more information please contact;
Stephanie Jones

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