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Old 08-03-2009, 11:16 AM
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We are a small family of gardeners and farmers that are currently located in the Boston area. We have plans to secure a piece of land and begin a self-sufficient farm along with a CSA. We want our farm to eventually supply 50 families with not just chemical free vegetables, but pasture raised eggs and meat, and grass fed milk and butter.
We feel like this is very much needed in New England, since a lot of our food comes from CA, or other countries.
We want to take care of the land and soil, creating healthy food for generations.
Does this interest anyone out there? I was hoping to get a discussion going about local food and growing methods. We are trying to get people interested in our idea and become members of our mailing list....being updated on our progress and the first to know when CSA opportunities are available.

What do you think??
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