Columbus’ First Urban Farm

Sharayah Davis stands at the entrance of Elijah’s Farm, an urban agricultural program that she named after her 5-year-old son. The farm sits on property owned by Cascade Hills Church, 727 54th St.

Congratulations to Sharayah Davis, class of 2005, on being featured in Sunday’s Columbus Ledger-Enquirer. A food ambassador for Georgia Organics, she runs and operates the first organic urban farm in Columbus, Georgia.

Sharayah Davis, left, and Toya Tate move plants from a greenhouse to plant in the ground at Elijah's Farm located near Cascade Hills Church.

Inspired by her Korean grandmother, Sharayah hopes to inspire a new generation of urban farmers!

Sharayah Davis, right, travels with her maternal grandmother, Hui Beesley, who inspired her to start an urban farm in Columbus.

Sharayah, pictured here with her grandmother, Hui Beesley.

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To read the full article, simply click here.

To watch the video, click here.

Congratulations, Sharayah!

 

 

 

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