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I have been pushing the boundaries of Northern climate suburban permaculture. I have my degree in earth science and worked with farmers and ranchers on sustainability before focusing on family and cultivating the community here. I work on a school farm restoration project as well as my homestead and an occasional design client. The homestead garden has been developed for about five years and is being fine-tuned with plenty of projects to still complete. I am probably going to take on the maintenance of another school farm/garden I have recently designed in the next few months. I also have 2 little ones. In other words, you won't be bored!

If you are interested in staying in a suburban setting while learning about farming and homesteading small acreages, send me a pm.
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