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 determining the best sustainable agriculture practices and then promote them through the eggs our small farms produce.
We concentrate our efforts on helping to create opportunity for anyone who shares our commitment to increase a sustainable earth for all living things. Additionally, we also maintain a belief that animals that are used as food should be treated within the boundaries of humane farm animal husbandry practices.
We choose our farming partners Carefully so you can choose our Giving Nature Eggs with confidence.
John and Mary Baker
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Here’s Egg In Your Eye As we’ve noted before, eggs are among the most efficiently produced and, in so being, the best Animal derived food for…and on the planet. We’ve also discussed all the essential vitamins and amino acids found in them that are without rival in their number. But little is made of one
What came first? The Chicken? The Egg? ….who knows but here’s how you get both today. Recently I was asked by a University of Illinois student doing a research project to provide some basic information on the cost of grains and how they relate to egg production. Here’s how I responded: Hi Kevin, I’m mostly
Rosh Hashanah is that time of year when the Jewish community tries multiple new foods for the new year, a mystical custom that helps ensure a sweet new year. From pomegranates to fish heads, honey to beets, Jewish families stock up on Jewish new year foods that bring sweet blessings to their new year. And
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.