welcome to dirt ‘n’ nails farms inc. (501c3)
Sowing Seeds of Hope Since 2009
Just ask founder Monte Y. Pescador and he will tell you a story about a community garden, a vision, and how that vision has become an adventure and journey of sowing seeds of hope to the hungry and lost, just not as specifically as he started off.
From 2019 to present, the dba Rohi Therapy has supported clients in mental distress, providing low cost psychotherapy in a Christian environment. Now, in 2024, Longhaul Christian is taking up the ministries and missions under DNN oversight in Montezuma County, Colorado.
From 2009 through 2017, community gardens helped by DNN supported multiple food banks and shelters in the northern Denver Metro region.
Starting in the move of 2022, DNN is stretching towards the goal of establishing a ministry base in Cortez, Colorado, Longhaul Christian, found to be a community reflective of the world’s darkness, full of pride and division at a time when fellowship is needed.
Our Mission& Vision
“Little children, let us not love with word or with tongue, but in deed and truth.” – I John 3:18, NASB
Dirt ‘N’ Nails Farms Inc. was founded on the vision to sow seeds of hope to the hungry and the lost. This includes the physically hungry and lost, the mentally hungry and lost, and the spiritually hungry and lost, in action and in truth.
Consider focusing your efforts on what is nearest to your heart: Ministry and mission? Mental health services? Production and education?
Make a Donation
You can donate to the general fund for present expenses and future efforts. Or, you can focus your donations towards current efforts.
There have always been ways to volunteer. Find out how you can help.
Contribute to a campaign
Whether it be to the general fund for general expenses or to the individual funds for each section of DNN, your donation will continue what was started in 2009, sowing seeds of hope. Imagine that. Jesus was not kidding with the metaphor of sowing seed. Some will not find good soil just as has happened in the past, but that should not stop us from trying.
Learn how to get involved
From helping with community gardens and distribution to helping decide the future of DNN on the board of directors, there is a place for you to help a community thrive in apostolic fellowship. If this is your calling, call or write to us today.
Join our mission. Volunteer or Donate. Get Started Today.
Call Anytime: (303) 585-1814