© Lighthouse Food Farm 2004-2020
Lighthouse Food Farm Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Giving a Hand-Up Not a Hand-Out All Naturally and Organically Grown

About

Jim Bonham… aka Farmer Jim

My name is Jim Bonham, I am a farmer given the nickname of Farmer Jim“. I’m a friendly, kind and generous man, unless given a reason to be otherwise. I operate this farm to feed my family and when we have more than we need, which is most always, we share it to help those in need. We take pride in helping those good people that need a helping hand to get back on their feet and recover from a situation out of their control. We take pride in Giving a hand up… Not a hand out! We grow summer and winter crops. We can/freeze to preserve food. We also make preserves and jam. During hunting season we make a venison stew that can be frozen and used later in an emergency situation. My past experiences in the workforce has given me a “Jack of All Trades” status. I am a farmer, cook, hunter, mechanic, carpenter, plumber, heavy equipment operator, computer tech, webmaster, photographer, welder, electrician and much more, I also make our videos and produce them for the farm.

Things We Do to Be Self Supportive

We are trying a new way to support our nonprofit farm. We now make handmade luxury soap to sell. With the hope that the sales of our soap will support our farm without having to solicit donations. We invite you to visit our page for the soap, we call it Backwoods Country Soap, I hope you will enjoy our new endeavor and share with others. I started making soap as a way to support our nonprofit farm, Lighthouse Food Farm. My goal was to make it a self supporting farm that feeds the hungry without soliciting donations from abroad. With your purchase of our soap, you not only will get a superb skin care product but, you will be helping me feed the hungry. I hope you will consider trying our quality soap and then, become a regular customer. We also restore cast iron, Cast Iron Restoration. We accept donations as well. Please remember that any amount helps us keep the farm in operation. If you would like to help us, please visit our donations page. Thank you for your most valuable time and support.
© Lighthouse Food Farm 2004-2020
Lighthouse Food Farm Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Giving a Hand-Up Not a Hand-Out All Naturally and Organically Grown

About

Jim Bonham… aka Farmer Jim

My name is Jim Bonham, I am a farmer given the nickname of “Farmer Jim“. I’m a friendly, kind and generous man, unless given a reason to be otherwise. I operate this farm to feed my family and when we have more than we need, which is most always, we share it to help those in need. We take pride in helping those good people that need a helping hand to get back on their feet and recover from a situation out of their control. We take pride in Giving a hand up… Not a hand out! We grow summer and winter crops. We can/freeze to preserve food. We also make preserves and jam. During hunting season we make a venison stew that can be frozen and used later in an emergency situation. My past experiences in the workforce has given me a “Jack of All Trades” status. I am a farmer, cook, hunter, mechanic, carpenter, plumber, heavy equipment operator, computer tech, webmaster, photographer, welder, electrician and much more, I also make our videos and produce them for the farm.

Things We Do to Be Self Supportive

We are trying a new way to support our nonprofit farm. We now make handmade luxury soap to sell. With the hope that the sales of our soap will support our farm without having to solicit donations. We invite you to visit our page for the soap, we call it Backwoods Country Soap, I hope you will enjoy our new endeavor and share with others. I started making soap as a way to support our nonprofit farm, Lighthouse Food Farm. My goal was to make it a self supporting farm that feeds the hungry without soliciting donations from abroad. With your purchase of our soap, you not only will get a superb skin care product but, you will be helping me feed the hungry. I hope you will consider trying our quality soap and then, become a regular customer. We also restore cast iron, Cast Iron Restoration. We accept donations as well. Please remember that any amount helps us keep the farm in operation. If you would like to help us, please visit our donations page. Thank you for your most valuable time and support.