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"Fresh From The Farm"

Economic development remains central to the mission and vision of Koinonia Partners.  Like most non-profits, we are able to fund a significant portion of our work through grants and donations, but we are unusual in that we rely on our industries to generate almost half of our income.

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2014-2015 Catalog

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In the 1950's, local businesses boycotted Koinonia to protest the integrated farming community where blacks and whites lived and worked together. Koinonia had no choice but to try selling its farm produce and pecans outside the state of Georgia, thus marking the start of its mail order business. The business took off, and soon a Bakery and Pecan Plant were added, providing employment and job training for local residents.

Homemade and homegrown, our gourmet products taste "heavenly"! Every year we harvest, sort, smoke and roast our own pecans and peanuts, and then bake them into a delicious assortment of fruitcakes, pies, granola and chocolates right here on the farm.


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Koinonia is a Christian farm community founded in 1942 by Clarence Jordan,
author of the Cotton Patch Gospels. Birthplace of Habitat for Humanity

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