This chapter explores an experimental business writing class conducted at Penn State University with the collaboration of the Penn State One Acre Farm. Using pedagogical frameworks closely associated with business writing, the author explores perspectives of resisting explicit neoliberal imperatives (Uberification using apps, explicit profit motives masked as politics, etc.) to increase student awareness of agricultural literacy might be gained and used to help strengthen the farm. Similarly, this chapter argues that students and instructors can use established literacy strategies focused on providing area farmers, faculty and students, and farm volunteers sustainable goals that encourage working with instead of against the local communities.