The Organics: Heart and Hands Cynthia Glasscoe

This profile is a seminal component of a major work portfolio head lighting organic farmers whose hands are as expressive as their faces, and whose hearts have lead them to a proactive life of caring for the earth and others.



Cynthia Glasscoe reclaimed a 106 acre farm that was purchased by her father in 1944 and became a new life challenge in 1990 when with her family reclaimed overgrown fields and washed out roads.  The farm has become known as Billy Place, named after William (Billy) Martin who owned the land and farm in the late 1800’s.

The farm is located in East Bend, N.C.


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