We will end homelessness. Impossible? Maybe, but there is a nonprofit company, Glenn Kay Evans Farms, Inc., that has been organized to launch an international movement to do just that.
GLENN KAY FARMS, INC PROGRESS REPORT
Evans just returned from Oklahoma where we planted 18 fruit trees, got electricity to the farm and are now in the process of buying a building right on Main St. for $35,000. This building can handle the processing and preservation of farm production as we expect to get our first crop planted this coming spring.
Since the town of 3,500 does not have a book store, we will use the front part of the building as a book exchange and create a cultural atmosphere of poetry, music and storytelling that will be available to the local citizens, while we use the rest of the building for processing our farm production.