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Support Full Circle Healing Farm in Milwauke

February 08, 2024
By Tracy Abler, Justice Coordinator

Full Circle Healing Farm is a family-run, small-scale regenerative farm that is focused on food justice, racial justice, and providing access to fresh food and healing of mind, body and spirit to families in the Milwaukee metro area.

Full Circle Healing Farm: Farm, Healing Center, and Apothecary was established in the Milwaukee area in 2022. Martice Scales and wife, Amy Kroll-Scales are co-founders and run the farm with their sons, Mason and Maxwell. Their incredible story demonstrates generational healing in action. Martice is a descendent of a grandfather whose farm was swindled from him in the Jim Crow South. Martice is not only reclaiming farming, but he and Amy are paving the way for BIPOC, women, and LGBTQ+ farmers across the country. 

Their newest endeavor is purchasing their own farm and creating a new home for Full Circle Healing Farm, while protecting the farmland in perpetuity. They have three months to raise $1M. You are invited to join their Farmraiser Kickoff on Saturday, February 17 from 6:30 - 8:00 PM at City School, 8684 N. 76th Place, Milwaukee. There will be drinks, light appetizers, and a silent auction. Suggested donation to attend is $50, paid at the door with cash or card. 

You can also contribute online to this incredible venture. The CSA JPIC Office has made a donation. Please share this information with your friends, potential donors, and potential low-zero-interest loan partners. 

Pictured below are members of the LCWR-9 justice promoters and the Nuns & Nones Land Justice Project, now called Land Justice Futures. Visit


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