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About me, I am just your typical Saskatchewanian small town girl. Grew up in a small town, the dominant industry was agriculture. When I was little I thought all food came from the garden.

I watched a lot if people not make money farming so I went looking for a different way. I found some stuff on permaculture, that made a ton of sense. Then I found out about Holistic Management and did an 8 month internship on a ranch. Now I am figuring out how to make a go of it on my family farm.

I am single and straight, so if any guys are interested message me. I could always use more friends too so if you are in Sask also let me know.
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Hey I’m from Sask as well! What area of the province are you at? I’m just east of Saskatoon
 
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Hi. I am about an hour east of Regina, close to Katepwa Lake. I have a wonderful family farm here. Which I am slowly trying to make more permaculturey.

So far I have been mulching the garden for last few years. And I have chicks coming at the end of this month. They will eat the pest insects and give me fertilizer, and eggs.
 
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You seem pretty awesome,.sorry no replies yet! Well, this one...

Best of luck my dear! 🌹
 
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Hello Leora
Like your post, been taking a permaculture course, also interested in off grid sustainability homesteading and prepping.
 
Without subsidies, chem-ag food costs four times more than organic. Or this tiny ad:
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