Hill Family Farm

Sherri Hill and Chris Hill reside with their two children, 200+ chickens, pigs, cats, and dogs, on their family farm in White House, TN. When Sherri isn’t farming, she’s teaching religious courses at the local community college, or engaging in community education around sustainable farming practices. She and Chris work alongside their community to bring awareness to the following: Food deserts, the dangers of factory farming (for both humans and animals), and SNAP education (particularly emphasizing that SNAP can be used at certified farms & farmers’ market vendors). Sherri’s educational background is in theology; she graduated from Vanderbilt Divinity in 2015, and recently completed a Harvard Fellowship, summer 2018, with the Religious Literacy Project. Chris is committed to full-time farming, and, given his decade of previous experience as an avid outdoors-person, specifically a white water raft guide in Hot Springs, NC, he finds that farming comes naturally to him.
July 12, 2019 12:00 pm The Relational Intersection Between Farming, Ecology, & Theology
July 13, 2019 4:00 pm The Relational Intersection Between Farming, Ecology, & Theology