Remember in high school when you voted for Homecoming King and Queen? Farmer of the Month is kind of like that. A popularity contest of sorts, Farmer of the Month awards those Farmers in the City who have shared their cool farm setups and made urban connections. To win Farmer of the Month, all you have to do is collect the most votes on you Farmer in the City profile. It’s that easy!
Each Farmer of the Month receives 10,000 points, which can be put toward free stuff from the UF Rewards Catalog, and a profile badge to announce to all who visit that your urban farm is, in fact, cool.
Don’t have a Farmer in the City profile yet? Get one now, and you could be the next Farmer of the Month!
Location: Santa Fe, NM
Day Job: singer-songwriter, mama
Why I'm Getting Dirty: Because there is nothing more empowering than growing your own food, and teaching the next generation to do the same. Happiness is having my hands in the dirt!
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Display Name: Michael
Location: Temple, TX
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Display Name: Wall 2 Wall Sheep& BorderCollies Pete & Lorna Wall
Location: Poplarfield, MB
Display Name: BungalowBug
Location: Minneapolis, KS
Display Name: KC
Location: Diamond City, AB
Display Name: The Country farm
Location: Fayetteville, TN
Display Name: Backyard Grower
Location: Madison, WI
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Organic Farm & Garden
Cooking with Heirlooms
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