“As many food banks across B.C. are struggling to gain enough donations, a farm in Surrey is trying to provide them with more produce.”Read More
In May, the folks at JoyTV dropped by the farm to do a spot on God’s Little Acre. Jas Singh was on hand to explain what God’s Little Acre is all about.Read More
“At God’s Little Acre, there’s an estimated 70,000 pounds of potatoes that need to be harvested for the city’s poor.
The South Surrey farm, an initiative started by local farmer Jas Singh, has a space that is being utilized to grow vegetables for the Surrey Food Bank and other charitable organizations in need…”Read More
“With some help from the neighbours – and a little divine intervention – a former corporate man turned farmer has been able to cultivate a defunct farm into a thriving 3.5-acre crop of potatoes that will help feed Surrey’s hungry…”Read More
“A Surrey farmer is planning to donate an estimated 20,000 kilograms of potatoes he grew on his not-for-profit farm to the local food bank.
Jas Singh set up his farm called God’s Little Acre after renting the land from a local farmer for $1. He then planted the fields using donated farm equipment and seed potatoes from the local farming community and suppliers…”Read More
“A man from Surrey decided to quit his corporate job and return to the land to grow food for the food bank.
Jas Singh decided to plant potatoe, acres of acres of them, enough for the Surrey Food Bank to feed all its customers for most of the year. And today those potatoes will be harvested and picked up…”Read More