Humble Farm Refuge, INC

Art planting a thornless blackberry bush.


As of March 06, 2017, Humble Farm Refuge, INC. (HFR) is a 501c3 organization with the mission of: Agritourism, place of restoration agriculture and sanctuary for disenfranchised individuals:

Primary focus on:

  • Military veterans, disabled, their dependents, widows and orphans.
  • Minorities, especially African Americans, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, seniors and singles.
  • Disaster preparedness.

The world would be a much healthier and better place if all its inhabitants advocated sustainability instead of unlimited growth. Rather than trying to control nature and use it as a resource for development, we should revere it, respect it, and work with it.

  • Use agriculture as a means of engaging participants.
  • Gain a better understanding of “farm to table”.
  • Preserve traditions of sustainable living.
  • Minimize stress, depression, anxiety.
  • Reconnect to self and play an active role in the reconnection process.


  • Practice self-sustainable living.
  • Nurture social interaction and interdependence.
  • Create and offer various activities and programs.
  • Provide opportunities for daily practice, creativity and education.
  • Use traditional farming techniques integrated with advanced technology.
  • Be a place of refuge, especially during disasters.

4) Outcomes:

  • Development of more sustainable and self sufficient ecosystems (nutrients and energies cycles).
  • More productive citizens with improved economic and social skills and cultivation of more meaningful relationships.
  • More stable society with greater appreciation for people, land and resources.
  • Commitment to creating a cleaner, healthier environment, community reliance and resilience.
  • A society better prepared for disaster relief.

We are always looking for people with skills, who are willing to share their knowledge on a variety of subjects that support our vision. If you have ideas or suggestions, or would like give a suitable presentation or workshop, please contact us..

Art Thomas, Military Veteran and Founder

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Contact Info: Humble Farm Refuge, INC, ATTN: Art Thomas, 310 South Clark Street, Milledgeville, Georgia  31061, Phone: 478-452-2597, email:

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