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FREE web design for small farmers!

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Hi All,

I would like to make a FREE website for your farm using the FREE web design platform offered at

I have made several websites using this software. 2 that were published: 1 for myself ( and another for my Dad’s apartments (, and several “practice websites” which have since been deleted.

I’m learning as I go here, and the free drupalgardens platform has a few limitations so a little flexibility/patience/collaboration will be required on all fronts. Once the website is made I will transfer “ownership” to you and from that point forward I have nothing more to do with it. At that point the future of the site is completely in your hands!

So whats in it for me?
1. I kinda like designing websites but need more experience.
2. Living in a city I have limited access to agriculture but I’d like to stay “in the loop.”
3. “The Little Guy” in agriculture needs to stand side-by-side with all the other “little guys.” It’s the only way we will ever stand up to the Monsants, Cargills and Tysons of the world.

If interested PM me or reply to this post!

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Would you do a biomimicry inspired personal webpage? I am an engineering student (senior) and I need to make a webpage or blog to channel some of my ideas and develop a portfolio. Working like Paul and several others on establishing a farm. I like your design at and envision something similar (highlight the photostream).

Thanks for your free offer by the way!
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