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We (married couple) are interested in market farming, you pick farms, cut flower, long growing medical plants, farm to table, dry land farming, eco tourism, heirloom seed production, horse and plow farming. We are also interested and have experience with sheep for fiber and meat, chickens and other foul, horses, and goats.
Our background for the last 10 years has been in horticulture, I have worked with the city of Boise community gardens and youth education for many farm to table classes as well as being the garden manager on 3 acres. My husband and I started a small business 3 years ago doing personal gardening, we have several clients and care for many types of gardens and landscapes. We maintain stunning flower gardens and victory food production gardens. We always try to teach and implement pollinator friendly, organic, environmentally friendly, xeriscape and sustainable practice. We both went to college for horticulture.
We are looking to move west from Idaho to a warmer growing zone to expand our growing capacity, and to be in a smaller community. We know how to use and maintain most farming equipment. We are mellow hard working people that like to be outdoors working or playing and we get along well with kids, animals and most people.
Hoping to find a place to live on site, we have a camper for short term housing. Definitely looking at building small home ,cobb house, straw bail, passive home but that is down the road.
Please feel free to call me or email me, thank you for your consideration
Naomi and Raymond
It really just depends on the land you can always add amenities.
I have been farming small scale 1-2 acres for a private community for 5 Years, Berries, flowers, fruit and vegetables. I currently have small live stock hens and sheep plus horses.
I have worked in greenhouses, fruit orchards, perennial gardens personal gardens but only two small Food farms.
I have worked with city community gardens on educational classes and practices.
Locate a farm to develop and grow, partner, possibly purchase.
Help build a community that fosters food culture. Find a place to farm and build long term relationships.
Build a community that fosters food culture. Increase general public farm to table experience have events and public education grow unique and unusual food medicine or flowers. Possibly do events so people can experience a little bit of farm life.
Any basic shelter
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