Why Dekalb Farmers Market may not survive in the face of the storm
An Alabama farm that had become a staple in the state for decades is being forced to close by the storm.
The farm is located in rural North Dekalbega and it’s home to several family farms.
The family, which owns the land, has been operating on the land since the 1960s.
The Denny Denny Family, based in Fayetteville, Ala., has been producing and selling produce for more than 100 years.
A storm surge on Friday caused the Denny family to shut down for good.
“We were able to save money from the hurricane, which was really good for us,” said Denny Sr. “It’s kind of been our dream to run the farm for the last 100 years.”
The family is now trying to rebuild, with help from a grant from the federal government.
The grant provides funds to rebuild a few properties, such as the Denson’s farm.
The Grant is a grant program that allows farmers to buy land in a certain area for a certain amount of time.
“The land is a little over $20,000, so I would say we’ve saved $1,000 to $2,000 from the storm,” said Bob Denny.
“And it’s been a good deal, especially when you look at the cost of doing business.”
“You look at it and you think, well, I guess this isn’t the worst thing to happen to the Dennys,” said his daughter, Kari Denny, who also runs the Deneys Farm and Gardens.
“This is really good, good news.”
But it wasn’t always so good.
When the farm was founded in 1861, the family had to go to the land to grow food, and the family didn’t have a lot of money to buy it.
“There’s a lot that went into this,” said the Denes.
“A lot of the land was stolen, and we lost some trees, and that was a real hard thing to get back.”
In the early 1900s, the Densons were able, with the help of some friends, to purchase the land and buy a lot.
Today, the farm is worth about $40,000.
The rest of the farm, which includes the Dickson’s home and barn, is owned by a trust that owns the property.
The land is currently being donated to a community that wants to grow vegetables on the site.
But the Dentsons said they don’t know if they will be able to buy back the land.
“I’m not sure what’s going to happen, but I do know that it’s not going to be a great deal for us, because the value of the soil on the farm has been going up for the past 50 years, so we really don’t have much,” said Kari.
“You can only buy back so much.
So I don’t think the family is going to have a great chance to keep it.”
The Densys said they’re trying to sell some of the property so they can rebuild their farm and get back on their feet.
The new owners plan to move the farm to a new location once they’re able to reopen.