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Reed seeks backing as grows sustainable food project at Chi Farms in Red Bank

Bates Reed at CHI Farms wants to connect local men, women and families with farmers, gardeners, artisans and creators. (Photo Bates Reed)

CHATTANOOGA , Tenn., Jan. 20, 2022 — We are in time of change regarding food and corporate social responsibility and our outreach at CHI Farms .

By Bates Reed / CHI Farms founder, CEO

I’m establishing times to meet with any corporations or non-profits to discuss food sustainability as we have created a collaborative for the Chattanooga area and surrounding areas.

We have created a blueprint to assist all communities that would like to participate in building abundance and wealth in these communities instead of taking our foods and sending the profits out of Chattanooga to investors that create the big box stores.

It is time for change now. I would like to schedule a meeting with you for your family as well as members of the the local community.

If you would like to discuss alternative economy food options please text me at (423) 800.9043 or email me at ChiFarmsBatesReed@gmail.com

I typically meet on Wednesdays of each week. Other days are for operations and distribution of local farm-fresh foods, products and services, created and made by our local businesses, food growers, artisans, and makers.

It is time to build an economy that is based on local strength, that can sustain itself as we move into empowerment of our local businesses supporting our local economy.

You can find out more about our efforts on Facebook at Chi Farms Marketplace, Chi Farms CSA and ChiFarms.org.

CHI Farms in Red Bank is seeking to expand its network of customers who routinely buy local fare. (Photo Bates Reed)

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