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mid-40s partnered guy in NE GA seeks female

 
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Hello, I have a partner who is polyamorous, and I am seeking a female friend to farm in the tradition of Fukuoka and the Greek Natural Farming Center. Not all or many seed balls but definitely no till, little irrigation, no pesticides, and no inorganic fertilizers and not much organic ones yet. I like compost and edible/medicinal weeds or roots that turn the soil or green manure, etc. I like plants that repel annoying bugs and slugs and plants that attract ladybugs or pollinators. I like mixing my own seed starter or potting soil and using creativity to start plants indoors without wasteful starter kits. I'd also like to cultivate a grove and practice living off a natural farm food forest using only the resources on the farm for food, shelter, and clothing. I'll definitely need another hand to help and would love to spend time with another woman. I'm also interested in farming with chickens and other animals, but I have a lot to learn about farming. I want to be able to fell trees and bury some in trenches to put their wood to use, improving the soil. I want to farm near a creek and test the water, etc. Lots of fun in store. I want to grow so much food that I have to give it away or sell it, and I know one group who would come and pick it and distribute it to the needy. Or I could give it to neighbors or have a feast, and there are farmers' markets in the area.
 
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It’s always nice to see another poly person on here!  Good luck with your search!  
 
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Jamie Kennedy wrote:It’s always nice to see another poly person on here!  Good luck with your search!  



Agreed.  My partner and I are polyamorous.  She's married.

The poly life isn't for everyone, but some of us are here too!

Good luck - maybe I'll start a polyamorous thread.  Hmmm
 
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