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Meet Today's Farmer of the Day

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  • Tanya Piedra

    Location: Miami, FL

    Day Job: Real Estate

    Why I'm Getting Dirty: I spent my summers on my grandparents farm. Loved it! It was a working farm but, my gradmother had a kitchen garden and she taught me so much. But my favorite chore was feeding the chickens and gathering the eggs. I never forgot the unique feeling of independence they had, they never went to a Publix! Never used chemicals in the food they grew or the animals they raised for personal use. I want a little bit of that back, so I am researching turning my zero lot line yard into a kitchen garden. I just listed a neighors home, I cant beleive she is selling it and would love to have the 1.2 acres,loads of fruit trees, kitchen garden, zoned Agricltural, in the middle of the city! She has a garden to die for, she teaches and works with the Urban Oasis here in Miami she has inspired me to make the most of my little piece of the world! So my journey begins!

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