Amazon Smile Helps DNN

Amazon Smile Helps DNN

#StartWithaSmile at smile.amazon.com/ch/45-2252857 for all of your Amazon.com purchases and Amazon donates to Dirt N Nails Farms Inc. The easiest way to help DNN so far. Huge thanks to Amazon for their support.
FAQ: Why $1 Million?

FAQ: Why $1 Million?

That is an easy question to answer, tough to stomach, that I’ve been having a rough time with myself. The bottom line is that farm land costs too much, and to convert it into a rehab farm for homeless families with transportation and a manager costs far more...
CROWDFUNDING NOW AVAILABLE!

CROWDFUNDING NOW AVAILABLE!

Finally, the time is here. The crowdfunding site is up and running. We need to SHARE the crowdfunding website for this to work, not just donate. The way crowdfunding works is the same way as social media marketing, through the “6 degrees of separation”....
Time and Talent

Time and Talent

Volunteering is not an easy thing. It takes time out of our lives, and sometimes means people might actually see what we are doing. For Dirt ‘N’ Nails Farms, I can pretty much assure you that people will know what you are doing for DNN because I will tell anyone who...
Time, Talent, and Treasure

Time, Talent, and Treasure

I seriously doubt there are very many people in the United States that have not heard something, be it a sermon, a telethon, or some nonprofit event, about how we should all give of our time, our talents and gifts, and our treasures or about the evils of withholding...

Spring Rebuild 2015

There is a lot to talk about this Spring, but I wanted to start with something simple:  The reconstruction of the greenhouse you all funded in 2014 that got blown apart in the first major Winter wind storm. We have many hopes for 2015, including funding the indoor or...
Edible Landscapes

Edible Landscapes

Edible Landscapes This is my first attempt at posting my blog and at posting a video to it. Thank you for your patience. Meanwhile, ask yourself this: What would happen if we had all of the nonprofits, all of the churches, that had anything to do with feeding the...
Doubting Thomas

Doubting Thomas

Back in early 2013, after yet another year of collecting only $1000 for DNN, I felt disheartened and ready to give up.  Household bills were piling up, our adoptive son needed more and more attention, and I was standing in a supermarket waiting on a prescription and...