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 "Farming is about the passion and independence it takes to grow your own food. It takes a lot of dedication, patience and acceptance to do." - Heidi Engelhardt, Skyberry Farm. (Oregon)

"Farming is about the passion and independence it takes to grow your own food. It takes a lot of dedication, patience and acceptance to do." - Heidi Engelhardt, Skyberry Farm. (Oregon)

 Feeding the cow before the morning chores. (Okanagan valley, Canada)

Feeding the cow before the morning chores. (Okanagan valley, Canada)

 "I'm only 24, I've built this farm and I am managing it. I have had a hard time. In the proces of starting a farm there are always going to be obstacles."  - Urban farmer Rex Rolle (Portland, Oregon)

"I'm only 24, I've built this farm and I am managing it. I have had a hard time. In the proces of starting a farm there are always going to be obstacles."  - Urban farmer Rex Rolle (Portland, Oregon)

 Farmers daughter, Nyanza, in the greenhouse after harvesting tomatoes. (British Columbia)

Farmers daughter, Nyanza, in the greenhouse after harvesting tomatoes. (British Columbia)

 Japanese snow melons and Pakistani melon at Stoneboat farm. Farmers Jesse and Aaron grow specialty organic crops for chefs and restaurants in the Portland area. (Oregon) 

Japanese snow melons and Pakistani melon at Stoneboat farm. Farmers Jesse and Aaron grow specialty organic crops for chefs and restaurants in the Portland area. (Oregon) 

Getting the horse ready to work. (Oregon)
Getting the horse ready to work. (Oregon)
Breakfast right after sunrise (British Columbia)
Breakfast right after sunrise (British Columbia)
Heidi working in the morning sun (Oregon)
Heidi working in the morning sun (Oregon)
Harvesting cucumbers in Pemberton with David and Alyssa. Surrounded by mountains they grow a variety of vegetables organically on a small scale. (British Columbia)
Harvesting cucumbers in Pemberton with David and Alyssa. Surrounded by mountains they grow a variety of vegetables organically on a small scale. (British Columbia)
"There are so many things going on in the world that feel out of your control. This is the way I can make a difference."   - Alyssa Belter, Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
"There are so many things going on in the world that feel out of your control. This is the way I can make a difference." - Alyssa Belter, Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
Farm intern at Zebroff's Organic Farm doing morning chores, feeding the chickens in the apricot orchard. (Okanagan Valley)
Farm intern at Zebroff's Organic Farm doing morning chores, feeding the chickens in the apricot orchard. (Okanagan Valley)
Rolling oats (British Columbia)
Rolling oats (British Columbia)
"If our generation is going to try to make the world a healthier place through our influence, I think food is a great place to start."  -  Farmer Jesse Nichols, Stoneboat farm (Oregon)
"If our generation is going to try to make the world a healthier place through our influence, I think food is a great place to start." - Farmer Jesse Nichols, Stoneboat farm (Oregon)
Apricot season (Okanagan valley)
Apricot season (Okanagan valley)
Flower farmer Claire working in the middle of the night making bouquets for a wedding after a day of harvesting on the farm. (British Columbia)
Flower farmer Claire working in the middle of the night making bouquets for a wedding after a day of harvesting on the farm. (British Columbia)
"I grew up in the middle of the city, and both of my parents are programmers. Being a farmer never crossed my mind until 4 years ago."  - Urban farmer Rex Rolle, Simpson Street Farm (Oregon)
"I grew up in the middle of the city, and both of my parents are programmers. Being a farmer never crossed my mind until 4 years ago." - Urban farmer Rex Rolle, Simpson Street Farm (Oregon)
New lambs arriving at Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
New lambs arriving at Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
Farmer David thinning out the beet beds after  the first rain in weeks. (British Columbia)
Farmer David thinning out the beet beds after the first rain in weeks. (British Columbia)
Rob and Vera taking a rest (Oregon)
Rob and Vera taking a rest (Oregon)
"Farming for me me has been a transition from negative activism to positive activism. Here we create and show the endless possibilities the land has."  - Farmer Naomi Binzen, Seven Seeds (California)
"Farming for me me has been a transition from negative activism to positive activism. Here we create and show the endless possibilities the land has." - Farmer Naomi Binzen, Seven Seeds (California)
Israelle taking a rest in the greenhouse filled with the morning flower harvest, bundels of herbs for winter and seeds to dry for next season. (Oregon)
Israelle taking a rest in the greenhouse filled with the morning flower harvest, bundels of herbs for winter and seeds to dry for next season. (Oregon)
Claire harvesting her flowers for a wedding on Salt Spring Island. (British Columbia)
Claire harvesting her flowers for a wedding on Salt Spring Island. (British Columbia)
Weeds growing high in an empty greenhouse. (British Columbia)
Weeds growing high in an empty greenhouse. (British Columbia)
Flower farmer Aisling Aine Maye of Skyberry Farm selling her flowers on the side of the road after a morning of harvesting. (Oregon)
Flower farmer Aisling Aine Maye of Skyberry Farm selling her flowers on the side of the road after a morning of harvesting. (Oregon)
Bundeling garlic after a big morning harvest. (British Columbia)
Bundeling garlic after a big morning harvest. (British Columbia)
Bundeling vegetables after the harvest (Oregon)
Bundeling vegetables after the harvest (Oregon)
Breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. (California)
Breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. (California)
Katie taking a break by the side of the house. (British Columbia)
Katie taking a break by the side of the house. (British Columbia)
Bean is a White Pyrenees and is trained to guard the sheep of Plenty Wild Farms against predators. (British Columbia)
Bean is a White Pyrenees and is trained to guard the sheep of Plenty Wild Farms against predators. (British Columbia)
Finley harvesting the last flowers of the season. (British Columbia)
Finley harvesting the last flowers of the season. (British Columbia)
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 "Farming is about the passion and independence it takes to grow your own food. It takes a lot of dedication, patience and acceptance to do." - Heidi Engelhardt, Skyberry Farm. (Oregon)
 Feeding the cow before the morning chores. (Okanagan valley, Canada)
 "I'm only 24, I've built this farm and I am managing it. I have had a hard time. In the proces of starting a farm there are always going to be obstacles."  - Urban farmer Rex Rolle (Portland, Oregon)
 Farmers daughter, Nyanza, in the greenhouse after harvesting tomatoes. (British Columbia)
 Japanese snow melons and Pakistani melon at Stoneboat farm. Farmers Jesse and Aaron grow specialty organic crops for chefs and restaurants in the Portland area. (Oregon) 
Getting the horse ready to work. (Oregon)
Breakfast right after sunrise (British Columbia)
Heidi working in the morning sun (Oregon)
Harvesting cucumbers in Pemberton with David and Alyssa. Surrounded by mountains they grow a variety of vegetables organically on a small scale. (British Columbia)
"There are so many things going on in the world that feel out of your control. This is the way I can make a difference."   - Alyssa Belter, Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
Farm intern at Zebroff's Organic Farm doing morning chores, feeding the chickens in the apricot orchard. (Okanagan Valley)
Rolling oats (British Columbia)
"If our generation is going to try to make the world a healthier place through our influence, I think food is a great place to start."  -  Farmer Jesse Nichols, Stoneboat farm (Oregon)
Apricot season (Okanagan valley)
Flower farmer Claire working in the middle of the night making bouquets for a wedding after a day of harvesting on the farm. (British Columbia)
"I grew up in the middle of the city, and both of my parents are programmers. Being a farmer never crossed my mind until 4 years ago."  - Urban farmer Rex Rolle, Simpson Street Farm (Oregon)
New lambs arriving at Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
Farmer David thinning out the beet beds after  the first rain in weeks. (British Columbia)
Rob and Vera taking a rest (Oregon)
"Farming for me me has been a transition from negative activism to positive activism. Here we create and show the endless possibilities the land has."  - Farmer Naomi Binzen, Seven Seeds (California)
Israelle taking a rest in the greenhouse filled with the morning flower harvest, bundels of herbs for winter and seeds to dry for next season. (Oregon)
Claire harvesting her flowers for a wedding on Salt Spring Island. (British Columbia)
Weeds growing high in an empty greenhouse. (British Columbia)
Flower farmer Aisling Aine Maye of Skyberry Farm selling her flowers on the side of the road after a morning of harvesting. (Oregon)
Bundeling garlic after a big morning harvest. (British Columbia)
Bundeling vegetables after the harvest (Oregon)
Breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. (California)
Katie taking a break by the side of the house. (British Columbia)
Bean is a White Pyrenees and is trained to guard the sheep of Plenty Wild Farms against predators. (British Columbia)
Finley harvesting the last flowers of the season. (British Columbia)
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"Farming is about the passion and independence it takes to grow your own food. It takes a lot of dedication, patience and acceptance to do." - Heidi Engelhardt, Skyberry Farm. (Oregon)

Feeding the cow before the morning chores. (Okanagan valley, Canada)

"I'm only 24, I've built this farm and I am managing it. I have had a hard time. In the proces of starting a farm there are always going to be obstacles."  - Urban farmer Rex Rolle (Portland, Oregon)

Farmers daughter, Nyanza, in the greenhouse after harvesting tomatoes. (British Columbia)

Japanese snow melons and Pakistani melon at Stoneboat farm. Farmers Jesse and Aaron grow specialty organic crops for chefs and restaurants in the Portland area. (Oregon) 

Getting the horse ready to work. (Oregon)
Breakfast right after sunrise (British Columbia)
Heidi working in the morning sun (Oregon)
Harvesting cucumbers in Pemberton with David and Alyssa. Surrounded by mountains they grow a variety of vegetables organically on a small scale. (British Columbia)
"There are so many things going on in the world that feel out of your control. This is the way I can make a difference." - Alyssa Belter, Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
Farm intern at Zebroff's Organic Farm doing morning chores, feeding the chickens in the apricot orchard. (Okanagan Valley)
Rolling oats (British Columbia)
"If our generation is going to try to make the world a healthier place through our influence, I think food is a great place to start." - Farmer Jesse Nichols, Stoneboat farm (Oregon)
Apricot season (Okanagan valley)
Flower farmer Claire working in the middle of the night making bouquets for a wedding after a day of harvesting on the farm. (British Columbia)
"I grew up in the middle of the city, and both of my parents are programmers. Being a farmer never crossed my mind until 4 years ago." - Urban farmer Rex Rolle, Simpson Street Farm (Oregon)
New lambs arriving at Plenty Wild Farms. (British Columbia)
Farmer David thinning out the beet beds after the first rain in weeks. (British Columbia)
Rob and Vera taking a rest (Oregon)
"Farming for me me has been a transition from negative activism to positive activism. Here we create and show the endless possibilities the land has." - Farmer Naomi Binzen, Seven Seeds (California)
Israelle taking a rest in the greenhouse filled with the morning flower harvest, bundels of herbs for winter and seeds to dry for next season. (Oregon)
Claire harvesting her flowers for a wedding on Salt Spring Island. (British Columbia)
Weeds growing high in an empty greenhouse. (British Columbia)
Flower farmer Aisling Aine Maye of Skyberry Farm selling her flowers on the side of the road after a morning of harvesting. (Oregon)
Bundeling garlic after a big morning harvest. (British Columbia)
Bundeling vegetables after the harvest (Oregon)
Breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. (California)
Katie taking a break by the side of the house. (British Columbia)
Bean is a White Pyrenees and is trained to guard the sheep of Plenty Wild Farms against predators. (British Columbia)
Finley harvesting the last flowers of the season. (British Columbia)
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