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Written by Katie Mitchell, photos by Molly Whitmore 

Downtown Harrisonburg

The morning sun burned through the last wisps of autumn fog and the promise of a new day unfolded with every curve on Runion’s Creek Road. I was on my way to meet Travis Coyle and Mark Lambert and learn about their Living Waters Farm Initiative, a space where veterans can congregate in the spirit of solidarity, hope, and healing. As I drove up the dirt path, the land was quiet; mountains loomed in the distance and trees displayed their fall flair. A couple of pot bellied pigs shared breakfast with some farm cats behind the house. Horses glistened in a neighboring pasture, and a white-tailed deer strode silently by.

Written by Kathleen Shaw, photos by Daniel Lin

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Pulling up to the home at Living Waters Farm Initiative, a classic red and yellow toy car sat flipped on its head, with rolling waves of color-changing trees along the mountain almost close enough to brush your nose. The scene could belong to any family cozied up in the Valley foothills, but instead the 24-acre lot is a home away from home for healing veterans.

iHeart radio

We would like to thank iHeart radio for featuring the farm for an upcoming business break on their podcast. We will keep you posted on when and where it will air. Be on the lookout for PSA’s for the farm and our upcoming axe throwing event in the near future as well.

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