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    Posted February 2, 2013 by
    Newtown, Pennsylvania
    This iReport is part of an assignment:
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    Please Help Save the Thorpe First Nation Organic Farm


    The great Thorpe organic farm in Newtown, an historical institution in Bucks since Peter Stuyvesant owned the land that the bank is now trying to take. The website now has the disaster relief donation button. Like many people, Thorpe, a Native American farmer, still has extensive Sandy damage and the code code officers still come in looking for problems so that the farm can be sold to housing developers. PA never applied for FEMA.


    The store is beautiful inside with organic products and now they are selling grass fed bison. There's Americana throughout this family-- Thorpe is not only related to First Nation Olympian Jim Thorpe, he is also related to Daniel Boone! Thorpe will verify every brick, every piece of wood so that donors see the rebuild. Check the upper left of the website and press the Paypal button. Only one percent of US farms are organic. 371 Stoneybrook Road, Newtown. There are two Thorpe organic farms websites. This one is in Pennsylvania, not upstate NY.  Please share this and donate.




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