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Born into a conventional beef and grain operation, taken through the depths of poverty, I felt the affect and effect of estranged communities and family; I ate garbage during and after my national tour while learning about biodynamic agriculture. I want to change the way we interact with our landscape, our food, and as a community.
47371 113th st
Master Gardener through South Dakota State University
Self-educated by nearly a thousand passionate hours spent reading
Taught by mentors, employers, and WWOOF hosts
I am an aspiring young farmer. I aim to help protect and propel the community that is our world.
Favorite Crops & Least Favorite Crops
I enjoy growing all I've gotten my hands on. I have not had trouble with anything, really, as I am very observant to begin with, and diligent about solving problems. Corn would take extra effort and protection in my area.
Over 10 hrs
Big field (1 - 5 acre)
Have a range of soils, but they are all fairly fertile and well drained. Have some high clay/dry, some very deep till/lowland.
Neighbors' Crops (within 1/4 mile)
Corn, soy, wheat
Neighbors' crops (within 1 mile)
Corn, soy, wheat, occaisionally alfalfa
Possible GMOs in the neighborhood...
Other relevant information
No pressing issues known at this time.
Grafting, cloning, greenhouses, biodynamic systems