This group is designed for individuals that are interested in building a business around gardening, landscaping, and "growing" something.
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Started by Karen Wortman. Last reply by Alek Faber Dec 21, 2014.
Forgot to mention to y'all, but we're moving. One of the great things about being an infopreneur is the ability to work from anywhere. My wife has been offered her old job back at the Dept. of Defense in Northern Maine where we used to live. She loved that job and they are offering to pay for her to complete her college degree. She will still be able to keep her soap business. It's just too good for her to pass up. My writing/publishing/vlogging/podcasting start up won't miss a beat. I'll still have my garden and chickens, just in a more compact environment. Brittan will move on up as soon as she gets her orders from DFAS (Defense Finance and Accounting Services). I will stay behind to wrap up this years harvest and sell the homestead, then I will join her. It's really pretty exciting. Gardening and Homesteading will be different, but we've done it there before. We'll miss Georgia, but we do love Maine, too.
I harvested sugar snap peas and strawberries today. The garden might be smaller this year, but it's just as tasty. So far I've been harvesting kale, lettuce (lots of it), basil, oregano, thyme, cabbage, kohlrabi, cauliflower, broccoli, swiss chard, radishes, green onions, cilantro, snap peas and strawberries. Granted, I live in Georgia (for now, but not much longer), and we have an unfair advantage, but how's your garden doing? C'mon folks, it's been awfully quiet around here. How about those of you in landscaping businesses? How's things going in your world?
BTW, Damon, how's all this rain affecting the fishing?
I'm a believer, Damon. I do mostly DWC and a little flood and drain (for things like beans).
I think hydro and aquaponics is the way to go for a lot of world food huger problems. I'm happy you mentioned hydroponics. I haven't been able to garden at all this year the rain has been unrelenting. I'm seriously considering hydroponics, like a little six bucket system, you know?
Had a neighbor stop by today for a quick tutorial on hydroponics and aquaponics. He is wanting to set up a system and the local feed store recommended he stop in and see me. I love teaching...
As we transition away from farming as a business and I develop my writing and publishing business, I am increasingly aware that feeding the world is one of my great passions. It is my heartfelt conviction that local, sustainable growing methods, rather than traditional Big Agra, is the way to do it.
This passion is going to be reflected in several of my books, my mission work through our Church, and in a keynote I'm developing.
Got most of the garden in. Wow, is it ever small by comparison. The upside to my downsize is that I've come full circle and am back to a typical backyard scale garden, which is the niche I have had most success writing about and for. I'm going to do several small quick start guide books for this niche that I think will sell. Stay tuned.
Fishin'. Every Man's Dream Job, Damon! I wish you all the best in it.
Thanks for the update, Sam. That's about where I am. I'm not doing any gardening because I have to spend my time fishing, video and making bobbers and rods and such.
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