Berry Good Farms

Written by Brandon

North Florida School of Special Education’s Transition students and Post-Graduates have embarked on a new horticulture journey to provide the greater Jacksonville community with organic fruits, vegetables and herbs grown right here at NFSSE on our campus farm, Berry Good Farms.

Our Berry Good Farms vision is to provide sustainable food in an ecological manner through the training of our Transition Students and the compensated employment of our Post-Graduates, who continue to strive for independence and productivity in the community.

Berry Good Farms is authorized to accept WIC, SNAP, and EBT at the farm and mobile market.

By Brandon

I’ve been an outdoorsman most of my life due to a network of nature loving friends and family camping trips growing up. Paddling the mouth of McCoys Creek in Jacksonville FL inspired me to play an active role in keeping our outdoor spaces healthy for the enjoyment of others. Looking at ways to play a larger impact outside of grassroots cleanups, I’m working on a few personal projects under the concept of sustainability that focuses on the 3 P’s: People, Profit, Planet.

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