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Looking for land within 30 miles of Portland to farm 1-2 acres small scale biointensive

 
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Hi,

I'm a farmer currently living in Rhode Island. I'm from Portland originally and would love to come back and farm somewhere in cascadia.
I'm a total greenhorn but have been getting really excited lately about soil amendments
and being a good steward to the land. If your interested I could send you pictures of the farm
that I have out here.

I'm interested in a three to five year lease.
Ideally their would be water, a greenhouse/i could build one, well draining soil, and relatively flat.

If you know of anything feel free to email me at hendall.loeffler@gmail.com
 
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Hi Yall,

I just started a new farm in Ashland OR. I'm an avid permies.com forum reader and enthusiast.
I'm mostly hoping to just plug our fundraising effort on permies.

We have a semi permanent lease on a dreamy farm here
for real cheap but are running into walls with our budget.

Anyhow if your interested in food and small scale farming
feel free to check out our page


http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/lace-hill-farm-fundraiser/x/6182349

And of course if you've got extra bing bongs around feel free to toss em our way.

Hendall Loeffler
Lace Hill Farm
 
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