Randell's agriculture studies at the University of Delaware and growing up on the farm made farming a logical choice. In 2009, Randell Spackman started Thornbury Farm CSA to grow organic local produce for the community. Now with well over 100 members and a
farm market, it has proven to be a great way to help keep the family farm. Thornbury Farm has since expanded with
herb gardens, edible flowers, partnerships with local restaurants and offering a selection of
breads, jams, jellies, honey and bric-a-brac at the market.
Randell is available for speaking and other appearances in reference to historic preservation, land-use, agriculture and sustainability.