Who We Are
Giving Nature, a family owned business, has always maintained a fundamental responsibility to our environment. First and foremost, we are dedicated to practicing sustainable agriculture. Our eggs come from a collective of small family operated farms in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We are and will remain regional, concentrating our efforts on creating opportunity to anyone, large or small who shares our commitment to increase sustainable farmland. In tandem with our respect for land we also maintain a belief that animals should be treated humanely.
In short, our goal is to encourage and promote sustainable agriculture while preserving our planet for future generations. This goal is challenging but we believe attainable, we understand to achieve our objective we need to work together.
We hope you will help us as you have done so in the past. Thank you for your generous support.
John and Mary Baker
Where To Find Us
News & Recipes
Welcome to the Rooster Boy blog, sponsored and hosted by Giving Nature. An avatar for multiple contributors, Rooster Boy blog posts aim to keep you current on what it means to make a truly sustainable food purchase and how you can make them in the most unlikely of places. When reading Rooster Boy, click on the PATHS
We found this very pointed article that we feel everyone should read about healthy foods on farms: Can Anyone, Even Walmart, Stem The Heat-Trapping Flood Of Nitrogen On Farms? by Dan Charles NPR – August 21, 2017 The Environmental Defense Fund opened an office near Walmart’s headquarters in Bentonville, Ark., 10 years ago. It was
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John & Mary Baker
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Phone: (215) 794-5903
Growing up on a small Pennsylvania farm in the 1960’s, John saw first hand the impacts of modern agricultural practices upon the land and water as biodiversity was abandoned for “modern” monoculture.
At the same time Mary, finished her education in Boston, learning that care for the environment is a responsibility we all are called to observe, instilling the core values of what Giving Nature would come to represent.
In 1990 John and Mary started working with farmers around the Lancaster Pennsylvania area to help promote farming practices that would be more humane and sustainable. From those efforts, Giving Nature was born. Their cage free and organic eggs became among the first to be sold in markets from New York City to Washington D.C.
In an ever evolving landscape of what it means to truly practice sustainable agriculture, John and Mary continue to bring new perspective and ideas to ensure their Giving Nature eggs are part of allowing nature the chance to sustain us all.