Nelson’s Family Farms is a family-owned, family-run, family operation, with a commitment to quality and the environment.
It is a small business that started in 2008 and has grown to more than 700 employees.
The company is a partnership between the family and the community.
Nelson’s first farm opened in October 2018 and the company now employs more than 100 people, and it has expanded to include a third farm.
The family’s farm was purchased by the City of Nelson in October 2019 for $25 million.
The Nelson family’s goal is to keep the company profitable and employ the employees, Nelson said.
This past year, the family was awarded the National Historic Landmark status in Nelson.
“We are honored to be recognized as a National Historic Site by the National Park Service and the USGS,” Nelson said in a statement.
“Our dedication to quality food, quality ingredients, and sustainable farming has allowed us to expand our operations to a third site, and we are very grateful to the City for the opportunity to work with them on this project.”
Nelson’s plan is to develop the land in partnership with the community and work with the city to improve the community experience.
The farm was initially sold to the family for $50,000.
It has since been purchased by another family, and the family plans to use the property for a second farm.
“The Nelson Family Farm was the largest family farm in the county of Nelson when it opened in 2008, and continues to be the largest farm in Nelson with over 500 employees,” Nelson told The Verge.
“Since then, we have been working with the City to transform the property into a farm and a community space, and to expand the operation to a second site.”
Nelson said the property was “in the middle of a busy intersection” and the new property would allow the family to develop its plan for the land.
Nelson said that the company plans to work closely with the Nelson Community Development Corporation to develop a plan for land improvements that would include a new water source, new planting and planting beds, and a plan to make the property attractive to residents.