Sharon Prince Spearheads Grace Farms Vision to Stimulate New Perspectives
Grace Farms is characterized by serene landscapes of rolling vistas, scenic backdrops and surprising natural wonders providing its visitors with a masterful natural experience. Helmed by Sharon Prince, it seats on a 80-acre of land aiming at inspiring thoughtful introspection, garnering unexpected outcomes, insightful conversation, and bringing people from all walks of life together. Through Grace Farms’ Nature initiative, Earth Day is an annual event held to promote awareness on the importance of restoring wilderness, maintaining ecosystems as well as infrastructure to allow native species to thrive in their habitats, and developing sustainable environments for wildlife.
Grace Farms also boasts Habitats and Home workshop designed for parents with children between the age of three and ten. Children get a chance to learn about animal communities and how animals build homes.
The new kind of space has more than 75 species of birds. It offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy the sights and sounds of different native birds. During its Earth Day celebrations, it promotes face-to-face communication which is often lost in the busy life of the modern world. People celebrates the natural wonders during the event and patrons will participate in the memorable day.
Recently, the President and Founder of Grace Farms Foundation, Sharon Prince, shared her thoughts about the unique space through the foundation of the blog. She shared ways the foundation is bringing real change to the world through propelling education, conversation through design, insight, relationship with nature, as well as a symbiotic flow. She described Grace Farms as having an open architecture seating on an 80-acre expanse extending to cue discovery. The restored meadows, native habitats, more than 80 sighted birds, and roaming pollinators inspires a sense of awe. The foundation aims at stimulating new perspectives through an environment which combines different aspects of outdoors and indoors to cultivate a peaceful as well as welcoming environment for all.
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