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Meet Today's Farmer of the Day

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  • Urban Self-Sufficientist

    Location: Columbus, GA

    Day Job: Military

    Why I'm Getting Dirty: I get durty because im addicted to buying seeds. Whenever I go into the market I buy seeds. I love to plant seeds and watch them grow. You can often times find me just staring at the dirt. The most beautiful process in the world is watching your compost turn into chocolate cake and sticking your hands in it to smell the earth. My wife thinks I should live outside. I just might take her up on that offer:) I believe Urban Farmers should stay connected, we have so much in common. It doesn't matter what part of the world you are from we all have the same reasons for getting Durty and loving it. I can be found blogging about my adventures at www.urbanself-sufficientist.blogspot.com and would love to follow fellow urban farmers on twitter. I can be reached @ussufficientist. Lets stay connected.

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