Jules Dervaes, founder of “Path To Freedom” is the speaker for the Burbank First UMC Sunday Forum, July 27 meeting in Stamper Lounge at 11:00 a.m. He is in the forefront of a movement in America to homegrow our own food.
About Path to Freedom
Jules Dervaes is the founder of Path to Freedom, a family-operated, viable urban homestead project established in 2001 to promote a simpler and more fulfilling lifestyle and to sow a “homegrown revolution (TM)” against the corporate powers that control the food supply.
Since the mid-1980s, Mr. Dervaes and his three adult children, Anais, Justin, and Jordanne, have steadily worked at transforming their ordinary city lot in Pasadena into a thriving organic garden that supplies them with food all year round. These eco-pioneers also run a successful business providing fresh produce to local restaurants. This helps them fund their purchases of solar panels, energy-efficient appliances, and a biodiesel processor to further decrease their homestead’s reliance on the earth’s non-renewable resources.
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