Jones’ chickens are her passion, she said, and so is the farm she and her husband Matt took over in late 2019, just before the pandemic hit. A 80-acre Crownsville farm that’s been in Matt’s family since the 1930s, its changed through the decades, once hosting livestock, then tobacco, then produce, then soy and hay. Shortly after the couple took over, the farmer who had been working the fields for the family died. Then, the pandemic hit.
A new kind of victory garden, Crownsville couple’s family farm serves the community through COVID pandemic
April 12, 2021