NAAC's new direction is focusing on a family farm. It has been the dream of the owners for many years to become socially and economically self-sufficient. The owners have years of experience, including business management, construction management, non-profit management and general customer service.The new direction of the family farm will focus on Aquaponics and Hydroponics greenhouses as well as bamboo with chickens, vermiculture, sheep, goats, horses, and a few cows.Tyrese Gould Jacinto, is a member of the Nanticoke Lenape Indian Tribe. Born in Bridgeton, she is the daughter of Phyllis and Chief Mark Gould, who were among a core group that initiated the modern-day structure of the ancient tribe. She was, therefore, immersed in tribal life from an early age.Ms. Gould Jacinto is a skilled craftsperson in Lenape arts, especially shell work and basket weaving. The mother of five children, she is eager to pass on Lenape traditions to future generations.