Because we weren’t able to visit Randy and Edith Woodley’s farm in person, this photo album is made up of images given to us by Randy.
Randy Woodley is a Christian theologian, farmer, author, public speaker, and professor of faith and culture at Portland Seminary, George Fox University. Randy is a descendant of the United Katuwa Cherokee, and spoke with us about some of the fundamental flaws he sees with Western ideologies.
Garden beds at Randy and Edith Woodley’s farm, Eloheh, in Newberg, Oregon. Eloheh means harmony in Cherokee. (Photo from Randy Woodley)
Randy and Edith Woodley on their farm in Oregon. (Photo from Randy Woodley)
Randy and Edith sell heirloom seeds. Their mission with their business is to preserve native varieties of plants that are more nutritious, more durable, and more varied than seeds sold by large corporations. Buy their seeds here: https://elohehseeds.com/store.html
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A harvest of zucchini and yellow squash at Eloheh Farm. (Photo from Randy Woodley)
Randy sits with a recent harvest from the farm. (Photo from Randy Woodley)