Lady Moon Farms Recognized as PASA Permanent Business Partner
The Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) recently recognized its newest Permanent Business Partner, Lady Moon Farms. Lady Moon Farms spans 1,500 acres and it is the largest grower of organic produce on the East coast. With farms in Pennsylvania (Chambersburg, Franklin County), Florida and Georgia, supplying produce to its customers year-round. A leader in sustainable agriculture movement, and has received national attention for its ethics policies.
PASA created the Permanent Business Partner level of membership for businesses interested in establishing a long-term relationship with the organization. PASA’s commitment to protecting and preserving farmers and farmland across Pennsylvania and beyond is vital to each of its Permanent Business Partner’s business philosophies.
We are incredibly proud to call Lady Moon Farms a Permanent Business Partner. Lady Moon demonstrates an outstanding commitment to sustainability and ethics in the food and agriculture industries. “The support of our Permanent Business Partners is vital as we seek to improve the economic viability, environmental soundness and social responsibility for food and farming systems,” said Megan Epler, Business Outreach Coordinator at PASA. Lady Moon Farms is PASA’s 12th Permanent Business Partner.
above – Tom Beddard accepting a Permanent Business Partnership plaque. With Executive Director Brian Snyder and Board Chair Jennifer Halpin.
With almost 6,000 members, the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture is one of the largest and most active sustainable agriculture organizations in the U.S.. Through educational programs and regional marketing assistance for farmers, advocacy, and public outreach, PASA seeks to promote profitable farms that produce healthy food for all people while respecting the natural environment. PASA’s hallmark event, the Farming for the Future Conference, draws thousands of participants from more than thirty states and six countries each February. For more information, visit pasafarming.org.