Boys & Girls Club visits Palmer Bunting’s Savageville farm


About 20 youth from the Eastern Shore Boys & Girls Club visited a farm owned by Palmer Bunting in Savageville.

The youth had the opportunity to see how the food they eat on a daily basis is grown and harvested.

They also saw how farm equipment is used on a farm.

Bunting has farmed in Savageville for 22 years on land left to him by his grandfather, Eddie Palmer.

The Eastern Shore Boys & Girls Club meets each weekday after school at the Mary N. Smith Cultural and Enrichment Center in Accomac, where they are served a hot meal and focus on academics, nutrition, and good life choices.

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