Farm Life Series

Of great neighbors and green manure

JL the farmer was not yet finished with the olive harvest despite having had plenty of warning and I was becoming desperate to get the seeds into the ground up against the end of March deadline.

I had almost given up when the neighbor said that the tractor was out of commission and the ground too sodden after the last rains. I had spent around 140€ on seeds that would now have to sit there until the Autumn or the next spring.

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#permaculture practitioner, teacher and designer, co-founder of #ecohackerfarm, writer, project manager and activist get in touch mail@aimeefenech.com

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Aimee Fenech

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#permaculture practitioner, teacher and designer, co-founder of #ecohackerfarm, writer, project manager and activist get in touch mail@aimeefenech.com

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