Perdido River Farms Furthers Stewardship Practices In Preparing For New Processing Facility

As the agricultural arm of the Poarch Creek Indians, Perdido River Farms (PRF) takes great pride in using a time-honored sustainable and humane approach to overseeing some 2,900 acres of land and livestock, while also using their own Natural Resources Conservation Service just like the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The team is conscientious about maintaining, […]

Life on the Farm

By Jen Peake | CIEDA Marketing Specialist Riding around with Tribal Member Douglas Kelley, aka Poncho as he is more commonly known, and seeing him work at Perdido River Farms (PRF) gives an outsider the ability to appreciate what he does every day. Driving cautiously through a herd of bulls and cows, Poncho calmly stops and […]

A Partnership Firmly Rooted in Alabama’s Agricultural Heritage

Nearly five years ago, a group of agricultural and industry leaders in Alabama got behind the idea of helping local farms and ranches get their products to market. Sweet Grown Alabama was born, giving Alabama farmers and ranchers new ways to market their products and grow their operations. The Poarch Band of Creek Indians jumped at the […]