Two years ago, City Paper contributor Jeff Allen cleared a parcel of mostly pine forest on the acreage his family purchased in Ravenel in an attempt to use his meticulous, creative energy for crafting vegetables. With help from Jennifer Wassum, who he met in the New and Beginning Farmers program at Clemson, Rebellion Farm was ready to receive its first push of seeds. The two acres bloomed in response to the duo’s care, and local restaurants FIG, EVO, and the Grocery picked up their produce. This fall, Rebellion is keeping its relationship with the land simple, with two acres in production and one at rest in cover crop. They’ll be focusing on tender first cuts of peppers, tomatoes, collards, and kale. Rebellion will also going to begin animal production, and its meat will be making their way to some restaurants soon. Rebellion Farm wishes to remain small, intense, and unique in how it goes about the business of farming.