“They are showing them that no matter the size of a farm, if they till the soil and plant the seed, greatness can grow. It’s a lesson that applies in many areas of life. “If they feel like they don’t have access to it, well guess what? You can create it,” said Chambers. You can usually find Alia and Jeremy at the Birdhouse Farm Market every other Tuesday. However, later this month, they will begin opening the farm to everyone on Saturday mornings.
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