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I received this email from a guy I know. If you're interested in farming, check it out.
John S

From: Will Newman II <Will@naturalharvest.us>
Date: Thu, Nov 27, 2014 at 12:28 PM
Subject: Please help spread the word - farming opportunity
To: Will Newman II <Will@naturalharvest.us>


We are looking for one or two young growers who want to run their own operation here at Natural Harvest Farm.

This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to begin their own farm, but who doesn't have the money to buy or lease a farm. This is a long-term opportunity (perhaps a lifetime), and we want to find people who are committed to sustainable agriculture and respect for the land.

I have attached a description of the opportunity. Please review it and pass it on to anyone, thorough any source, that you think may be interested.



Will Newman II
Natural Harvest Farm

Without agriculture, civilization is not possible. It is the bounty of agriculture that is the foundation upon which civilization is built - the food, fiber, building materials and medicinals that agriculture can provide. But conventional agriculture is flawed - it is unsustainable. It destroys the soil, defiles the water and air, and disrupts the critical dynamic balance of natural systems upon which all life on earth depends. If human civilization is to survive, we must develop a sustainable agriculture, and we must do it in this generation. - W'nutu
Filename: Farming_Opportunity_in_Oregon-s_Willamette_Valley.pdf
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