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food forest/edible nuresery skills seeking a place to root

 
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I am currently living at Rolling River Nursery in California. It is a magical food forest and permaculture nursery here and I have and will continue to be learning all about the diverse array of edible, medicinal, and useful plants, their particular varieties, and how to propagate them. I have never ran a nursery myself but have the experience of living on an organic nursery that minimizes its inputs and grows healthy plants. I have experience grafting hundreds of fruit trees of many kinds, vegetative propagation, and starting seeds. I am curious to shout out to the greater community that I desire to continue to apply these skills, share them, teach them, and supply a community with the healthy plants to grow food forests. Please post if you have any words, inspirations, or ideas for me on ways to share and apply my skills as a nursery man. Thanks!
 
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