Aundrae Cassell remembers first connecting with the soil at his family garden in Philadelphia. Later he worked and moved to Africa where he met his wife Sheila from Chicago.
Ucandoit Farms seeks to encourage the resurgence of the small scale farmer, better care for creation and naturally improve soil quality to grow nutrient rich produce for enhanced health in our communities. We teach simple sustainable practices like no-till farming, zai holes, and leaf/mulch cover.
Aundrae's heritage is Korea-African-American along with his Lenni-Lenape extended family. His family roots in Chesapeake, Virginia were famous for growing the "Charleston Gray" watermelon. We enjoy sharing our rich cultural heritage and experiences for others to learn.