New Beginnings

This is your farm!

Glodev recently purchased 120 acres in NW Jacksonville, FL to build a self-sustaining eco-farm that will help train and feed thousands. We have been clearing pine trees and grading the area in Phase I to build the initial aquaponics greenhouse and install the first orchard. Since closing on August 31st, we have been making great progress towards our goal of opening for business in our Community Farm and beginning to produce organic food.

We are working to change the face of hunger and poverty around the world and right here at home! We are building a 10 acre Community Farm that will feed thousands of hungry children per day. Food Pantrys, Food Banks, etc are great but children are already malnourished by eating junk food and processed food often donated to Food Banks. We want to provide fresh organic food to those who need it most at a low cost or free through our work4food program. Please consider helping us bring an end to hunger!

You are invited to come and volunteer and help us get organic food to those who need it most. We have specific work days scheduled and we also have days that we allow groups to come join us to give back to the community. For more information visit our farm website.

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2016 - The Year In Pictures

Did you know that?

  • 1 in 7 in the US don't have enough food to eat each day- that is 48 million men, women and children in our country that are hungry every day, living in our communities.
  • The USDA Food and Nutrition Service reports that as of September 2014, there were around 46.5 million individual food stamp recipients (22.7 million households), receiving an average benefit of $123.74 each (around $257 per household).
  • According to a study conducted in late April by the U.S.Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults in the U.S. can't read. That's 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can't read.
  • Immigrants in the US represent 81 million people, or 26% of the total population.  The nations are coming to our doorstep.
  • Garden Street is in the Dinsmore area of Jacksonville where 84%, or 8,400 people out of 10,000, are Food Insecure and 30% of them are from Haiti or Jamaica. This is a prime location to make a difference in family's lives. We will reach them by rallying and partnering with churches and civic groups, and providing them with the tools and means they need to reach their community. The combined effort will be a model that we will take to the world.
  • Rotary Club Metro Jacksonville has already awarded $20,000 to build the first commercial greenhouse for this project, and they are eagerly awaiting to be more involved as the vision unfolds.

Eden Gardens

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Phase I

Commercial Greenhouses
Innovation Center

Phase II

Community Garden
Parking Lot
Market Area

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Phase III

GloDev Warehouse