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Organic Farm Project
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One of our new sites for Bohio Permaculture is up! Come visit us!

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Our new & larger chicken coop (gotta keep the hens happy or they won't lay any eggs)
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A Rainbow Appeared Last Week Over The Farm.  What Does It Mean? Perhaps some new friends?
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Our chickens eating organic greens grown on the farm!
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New York Times Article: For Taste of Farm Life, There’s No Place Like a Homestead.

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Great web-site featuring people that are doing what the name says (Exiting The Urban Life)

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We bring this article to you not for the conspiracy component (although who know what is true and not these days) but rather for some of the ideas mentioned, including eating organic.

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When any government starts to tax, fine or harass someone growing food on their own property, you know what kind of government you are living under (not a good one). I have to say that this kind of nonsense does NOT happen in the Dominican Republic. You can find people all over, in residential areas, with bananas and you name it growing in their front yard, back yard and anyplace else on the property.

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A small scale family owned organic farming can be 
successful if you are willing to invest the effort. And there are consumers (such as restaurants) that see the value of buying organic farm produce as well. Congratulations to Chris Holman and his wife!!

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A quote from the article we like: Organic isn’t just about using chemical-free ingredients in the products, but also about the supply chain and the communities around the world that are growing the crops we use in our products, ensuring that we trade fairly with them. It’s people helping people.
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