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Farm of The Future

  Healthy Regenerative Lifestyle Farm of The Future The farm of the future may not look like what we are used to seeing today. But it would look very familiar to our grandparents.  The Polyface Farm.     David Proctor

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Vermiculture

  Healthy Regenerative Lifestyle Vermiculture Vermiculture is the raising of worms for use in composting, for bait, and the use of their castings for fertilizer.  The castings can be used to make worm tea, or just added directly to your

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USDA Dollars for Urban Farms

  Healthy Regenerative Lifestyle     USDA Dollars for Urban Farms For those who would like to take the Urban Farm Lifestyle to the next level but lack the money to do so, one possible route may be through the

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Tomatoes

  Healthy Regenerative Lifestyle Tomatoes Tomatoes are a standby, go-to plant to have in a garden.  I will share insights from pros like Joe Lamp’l of Growing A Greener World and others as tips for growing and preparing tomatoes. David

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Urban Farm

  Healthy Regenerative Lifestyle Urban Farm My Urban Farm is slowly taking shape.  My livestock is bees, worms, and hopefully soon, chickens. My sole plants are Jalapenos with tomatoes on the way.   David Proctor          

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