DAILY LEADER FILE / The Alderman family, (from left) Tommy Alderman with grandson Tomas Chaves, Patti Alderman and Cory Alderman, maintain a farm on family land obtained through a land grant to Tommy's great-great-grandfather, Enoch Alderman, in the early 1800s. The Alderman family farm was recently selected as one of three "transition farms" in the Mississippi Sustainable Agriculture Network's "Rooted in Mississippi Demonstration Farm" program.
DAILY LEADER FILE / The Alderman family, (from left) Tommy Alderman with grandson Tomas Chaves, Patti Alderman and Cory Alderman, maintain a farm on family land obtained through a land grant to Tommy's great-great-grandfather, Enoch Alderman, in the early 1800s. The Alderman family farm was recently selected as one of three "transition farms" in the Mississippi Sustainable Agriculture Network's "Rooted in Mississippi Demonstration Farm" program.

Living Off The Land: Area farm a leader in sustainable movement

Published 10:32am Thursday, November 7, 2013

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