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Hello and good day to everybody!!! It's been a rainy week for us down here on the nature coast in north central florida, but the gardens are loving it!!!
i hope this isn't taken as spam, it's not intended to be. We are a new project that is just trying to get up and going and are trying our damnedest to reach as many people as we can so that we might have half a chance at succeeding. I was reading a post about funding for start up farm projects and know that it can be a bit troubling to have the passion and love of this work and yet lack the resources to do it up really well. We ourselves have been working tirelessly to get our ecology project off the ground and constantly being met with dead ends... sooo, we keep on keeping on and do what we can to stay afloat. I would love if could just get a little traffic and feedback on our projects website. Maybe a share. Whatever anybody can do to help us get the word out that we're here. So, if anybody happens to read this topic if they could please just take a few minutes and check out what we're doing it would mean a whole lot to us. Thanks a bunch.
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