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Ky blueberry farm seeks friends to help plant food forest.  RSS feed

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Hello all, I am new to this community but have been working on transitioning to my desired sustainable lifestyle for years now. Five years ago I started the major journey of building a permaculture farm. I purchased 15 acres in eastern KY and began camping there. Fast forward five years and I have a house almost completed from the outside. Still a shell on the interior. I have a yurt to raise next month and county water supplying half an acre of blueberry bushes intended to be my cash crop. I have plenty of projects and will be moving to the farm full time come late November. In the mean time I wanted to put myself out there and see if anyone was on a similar journey, Or had any experience with berries. Regardless I hope this finds you well.
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