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Bountiful harvest: Mill Village Ministries

white man with beard and glasses, Dan Weidenbenner
Dan Weidenbenner '11, executive director, Mill Village Ministries. Photo: TOWN Magazine

What began in 2012 as a plot of land for growing vegetables in Greenville’s Greater Sullivan mill community has blossomed into Mill Village Ministries, a coalition of social enterprises led by Furman University psychology alumnus Dan Weidenbenner ’11. Mill Village Ministries, the parent organization of Mill Village Farms, Village Launch, Village Wrench and Village Engage, was awarded the Community Spirit Award presented by the Community Foundation of Greenville and TOWN Magazine and supported by First Horizon Bank. Read more in TOWN Magazine.


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