The Anglican Journal interviewed Jerremie for their February 2015 issue. It was a nice article and sums up much of what we do at Little Loaves very nicely. It also makes mention of our work at last year's Sharing Bread food security course at Sorrento. The article also touches on our work with Bishop Greg Kerr-Wilson and the start of Creation Care Calgary. Check out the article here:
Growing food, caring for creation By Leigh Anne Williams on February, 17 2015
“The relationship God expects Christians to have with the land and creation is [more like] partner and participant,” says professor-farmer Jerrmie Clyde. Jerremie Clyde has a passion for food—for growing it in a way that is healthy for the people who eat it, for the planet and for a just sharing of God-given bounty.
Jerremie and Rita Clyde are members of St. James Anglican Church in Calgary Alberta. They are enthusiastic supporters of A Rocha Canada and believe in caring for creation.
Faith Based Farm
Little Loaves is a faith based farm. That means our faith informs our choice to farm, how we farm and what we do with the bounty. It doesn't mean that we evangelize at folk, but if you ask, well we will be happy to talk about it.