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been lurking for a while but decided to peak out.

My husband, daughter and I live on a few acres right outside birmingham al. We don't earn a living from our land at least not right now. We will be adding more fruit trees, mushrooms and possibly aquaponics.
Our yard is basically just play areas. We grow vegetables but I like experimenting with things too. We found a great little thicket of moss in our forest area so we've been testing its limits on our property for purely aesthetic reasons. We've put together a fast hugelkultur bed for a late summer fall garden just to see what happens. We have other gardens should it not succeed.

I do research and biostatistical analysis at the university.

It's quite refreshing seeing how the members of this site choose to approach and interact with their ecosystem. I eagerly look forward to getting to know you!
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