Skip to main content
News

Mill Village Farms grows healthy food, opportunities and hope

youth outdoors harvesting produce
Youth harvest vegetables at Serenity Farm, one of three farms operated by nonprofit Mill Village Farms.

Several initiatives led by Furman University alum Dan Weidenbenner’s Mill Community Ministries aim to lessen food insecurity, impart job and entrepreneurship skills and instill hope for the citizens of Greenville County. Weidenbenner, a 2011 psychology graduate, was quoted in Greenville Journal, as was Furman Chief of Staff Liz Seman, board chair of Community Foundation of Greenville, a supporter of MCM.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Black man in mask carrying masked child on shoulders

‘The Time is Now’ – Two alumni present keynotes at African American Children and Families Conference

Brianna Burnette and Daniel Hoilett join a slate of keynote speakers at the University of Northern Iowa-hosted virtual conference.

Man in cap at ball park, Sam Spear '09

A gift to remember

David and Debbie Spear establish a fund to enrich the Furman experience for health sciences majors, the chosen field for their son Sam Spear '09.

Joseph Vaughn statue unveiling scheduled April 16

Depending on COVID-19 restrictions, the campus community will be invited to gather, masks on and physically distanced.

White man in black coat standing in front of brick wall, Jackson Pearce '18

Jackson Pearce ’18 named 2021-2022 Luce Scholar

The Luce Scholars Program is a fellowship program launched by the Henry Luce Foundation to bolster the understanding of Asia among potential leaders in America.