The second annual meeting will bring people of faith together to build on the new kind of “mission” work that began more than a half century ago.
Across generations and different family traditions, the thoughtful production and consumption of the countryside’s harvest creates a tasty connection.
In tumultuous times, it helps to look back. Way back. The traditions of free expression and resistance to authority are part of the root stock of the American experience.
The real difference is the resilience that comes from generations of families committed to one place.