Sharon Prince and Grace Farms Teaching Naturally


In 2015, a special kind of community learning center was opened, Grace Farms. Located on an expansive plot of 80 acres of breathtaking natural scenery, Grace Farms aims to teach the public better communication, higher education, garner preservation and to attain an overall better knowledge and appreciation for nature.

President and CEO of Grace Farms, Sharon Prince envisioned a place where the public could visit 7 days a week to participate in various activities that encompasses many different aspects, including faith, nature, community and art. According to Sharon, “The whole idea for Grace Farms was inspired by the land. This expansive property inspires a sense of awe, it’s so beautiful.”




There are year round activities offered at Grace Farms in the public can take part in during each season, including fishing, hiking, lectures, immerse viewing of changing seasons, group guided tours, winter topography, animal tracking, bird watching. Additionally, there are always plenty of activities by hat can be enjoyed inside the facilities a Grace Farms. Read This Article for additional information.


Fostering the Land


Since its inception, Grace Farms has actively implemented programs to enrich the habitat, as well as biologically restore the land. It has created a natural habitat to foster the indigenous wildlife found on the farm.

Many species of animals have returned to their splendor thanks to the efforts of Grace Farms. Over 80 different types of animals have flourished, including birds, native bees and butterflies. One animal, the Kestral Falcon has even been removed from the threatened and Endangered Species List.


Sharon Prince


Sharon Prince is the CEO and President of Grace Farms. Sharon Prince is passionate about social justice, environmental justice and creative art forms. Sharon Prince is one of the few individuals who stands up for creativity.

Sharon Prince’s vision for Grace Farms has led to its enormous success. Additionally, she is deeply involved in ending child exploitation, human trafficking and violence against women. Sharon Prince received her BS/BA and MBA from the University of Tulsa.


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