We Love All Animals!

Why we want to share our farm with you...........

Clinton, Indiana isn't a big town.  On the outskirts, there are miles of woods and farm ground.  So one would think that the majority of it's population would understand where their food comes from and how it is grown or raised.  I don't think that's true anymore.  The fast pace of life and the race of technology gets in the way.  But, I feel important information is being left out in order for the next generation to make competent decisions that will in turn affect the generations after theirs.  Information about plants and animals that is not experienced in school or at work and alternate healing methods.

 

  

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Tracy Wilson

Just the good stuff!

Born March 15, 1971 in Terre Haute, Indiana.  Graduated from South Vermillion High School in 1989.

 

Joined the U.S. Navy in 1990 and graduated from Electronics Technician School in 1991.  Served in Guam, South Korea and Diego Garcia the next 4 years and came home to the farm in 1996.

 

            Attended college from 1996 to 2000 at Saint Mary of the Woods College, Indiana graduating with a B.S. in Equine Studies.  During that time, I served as the Asst. Stable Manager, trained horses, and gave riding lessons.  I showed English and Western Riding on the college Equestrian Team and served as President of the SMWC Saddle Club for a year.

 

 Joined the Indiana Army National Guard in 1998 as a Light Wheel Diesel Mechanic.

 

In 2001 I was hired on as the Alpaca Herd Manager for White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, a ministry of the Sisters of Providence. I worked there for 14 years.

 

Deployed to Jacksonville, FL in 2004 for one year, loading and unloading ships during OIF.

 

Deployed to Jackson, MS for a month in 2005 during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

 

Attended and graduated from Army Warrant Officer School in 2007.

 

Deployed to COB Speicher, Iraq in 2008 with the 76th IBCT, convoy security.

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Doug Bohannon Esquire

Farm Projects Manager

  • 12 years high school

  • Worked 6 months Oldsmobile dealership in body shop ,was offered to become a body man and join pipefitters same day .chose the pipefitters

  • 4 years pipefitter apprenticeship

  • Worked 10 years at Eli Lilly on a contractor maintenance crew.

  • Went to work for another contactor where I became a general foreman until I took a job with a paper mill as a maintenance supervisor.

  • I am now a maintenance outage planner.

  • I was also had become a town board member where I was assigned the task of developing a 44 acre parcel of land donated to the town. I coordinated the effort to raise 36 k to develop the part.

  • 1 mile walking/running trail , playground and picnic pavilion ,built a bridge and was honored with a marble stone for my efforts.

  • I taught myself Microsoft excel and auto cad which landed me the general foreman job and paper mill jobs.

  • I have one son and three grandchildren.

  • I live each day to accomplish projects and make things better .

  • If I am not working on a project I am thinking about one .