As a 180 Degree Farm employee you will have an opportunity to learn from our 13+ years of running 180 Degree Farm, no experience needed! You only have to be willing to work really hard, have a positive attitude and a passion for growing organic, nutrient dense food! We’ll teach you all you need to know and more about vegetables, fruit, citrus, cut flowers and pasture raised animals. You’ll learn (hands on) all aspects of farming as we evolve through our growing season.
In 2009, we founded 180 Degree Farm as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, to help those fighting cancer. Through our own sons fight with cancer, we realized there was a great need in our community for nutrient dense, organically grown food, that did not contain toxic pesticides, herbicides, hormones, or antibiotics.
We also realized that many families fighting cancer may have insurance for treatment, but are financially unable to afford the lifestyle change it takes to recover and heal. Not only does our organization give organic food to those families who are fighting cancer through our Food Fight Program, but we also teach about how to avoid the dangers in our current food system and proper nutrition.
You can find us at the farm on Saturday mornings, where we sell fresh organic fruits and vegetables to the public. This helps generate much needed revenue to purchase seeds, compost, organic feed, and covers operating expenses.
Thank you and God Bless!
Scott, Nicole, Camron and Mason
Scott has always considered himself to be a “garden nerd” and has been passionately growing food since 1974.
Scott has a multitude of food experience ranging from running restaurants to R&D for a multi-million-dollar food company. His passion for food goes deeper than just growing it, but how to make it more nutritious by enhancing the soil.
Brent first connected with the Tyson family in 2010, as he led a local church into organic farming to support the effort to feed those in need in Coweta. This relationship grew into a wonderful friendship and resulted in passionate support for 180 Degree Farm's mission.
Brent and April currently own and operate Senoia Coffee & Café in historic downtown Senoia. He serves on the Senoia Historic Preservation Commission and is a business member of the Senoia Area Historical Society.
He and his wife April have 4 children: Kylie, Evan, Max, and Maggie.
Mark is a founding board member of 180° Farm and acting Secretary of the board.
Mark has co-owned Back-2-Nature Farm with his wife Teresa since 2009, where they strive to grow clean food using natural processes and inputs. Mark retired from Sabre Airline Solutions in 2017 as Director of Airport Planning and Operations Consulting to focus on full-time farming. Mark and Teresa have 3 children: Rachel, Caleb and Josh.
Joe is an Atlanta native who started as a volunteer at 180 Degree Farm in 2014.
Joe retired from Delta Air Lines as a pilot at the end of December 2019. He is also chairman of the board of Family Heritage Foundation Inc., a program for refugee and at-risk families in Clarkston, Ga.
He and his wife, Barbara have a son, Jonathan.
Nicole (aka Boss Lady at 180) is the backbone of the farm. Although she prefers to be behind the scenes, she loves the one on one interaction with cancer patients and is excited about developing the therapeutic and cut flower gardens.
Nicole is a fan of British gardening, and plans to spend her 50th birthday at the Chelsea Flower Show.
Camron runs the extensive day to day operations at 180 Farm. He loves farming because it's an outdoor career and he can continually see the fruits of his labor.
Camron and his fiancé, Hayes, enjoy spending time together exploring new places. He also has a custom woodworking business with his brother, Tyson Bros. Woodworking.
Mason is not only a cancer survivor, but the story behind 180 Degree Farm. Conquering cancer and spending his entire youth on an organic farm, inspired him to become a chef. He is currently working at The Barn at Blackberry Farm.
When he's not experimenting in the kitchen, he enjoys Rucking with his best-bro Camron.