NAAC's new direction is focusing on a family farm. It has been the dream of the owners for many years to become socially and economically self-sufficient. The owners have years of experience, including business management, construction management, non-profit management and general customer service.
The new direction of the family farm will focus on Aquaponics and Hydroponics greenhouses as well as bamboo with chickens, vermiculture, sheep, goats, horses, and a few cows.
Tyrese Gould Jacinto, is a member of the Nanticoke Lenape Indian Tribe. Born in Bridgeton, she is the daughter of Phyllis and Chief Mark Gould, who were among a core group that initiated the modern-day structure of the ancient tribe. She was, therefore, immersed in tribal life from an early age.
Ms. Gould Jacinto is a skilled craftsperson in Lenape arts, especially shell work and basket weaving. The mother of five children, she is eager to pass on Lenape traditions to future generations.
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Thank you Ty
Great use of this technology and social media. Now family and friends can see what we are doing and saying.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.