So Good Farms is a nonprofit, faith-based, financially sustainable, working organic farm, education center, and retail village at Lake Martin, Alabama.
The first community is on a 435 tract, 26-miles from Auburn University. With residential housing, a working organic farm, equestrian programs, beekeeping, farmers’ market, farm-to-table restaurant, job training, fee-based camps, and collaborative research programs with Auburn University.
So Good Farms is a place where we grow relationships and build a community that will sustain itself while providing life-affirming benefits to the community at large.
Create a culturally vibrant, environmentally sustainable, and economically viable organic agri-based community that facilitates the personal growth, professional development, and acknowledged contributions of Neurodiverse Young Adults.