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Planning farm interested in partners. Modeled After Mark Shepherds New Forest Farm

 
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Location: Cocolalla ID
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My wife and I have a small pasture based farm, and are interested in scaling up. Looking at property of about 100 acres give or take a bit. Would be interested in keylining the property to maximize water and establishing productive woody species while grazing ruminants, pigs and poultry. Goals = Producing large amounts of nutritious food while building soil and increasing ecosystem resilience. We are looking at land in the Spokane WA area. Inspired by Mark Shepherd and his new forest farm/ restoration ag ideas. Interested in talking to folks who might be interested in teaming up!

Cheers!

-Jordan
 
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