I’m an Organic Farmer with a taste for community, fine food, and exceptional life experiences.
If I can get my sorry ass to the launch summit, I’ll fly off with a course about farming, growing food, and community living. If I can sneak in some spiritual wisdom to share with the world then I will!
Will I see you at the summit?
Brother Nate, it’s so good to have you here diving into the lessons.
My advice for a busy farming father like yourself is to start the journey, do each step to the best of your ability and keep everything as simple as possible. Start filming little videos with your eye-phone of the things you’re doing…
“Here i am planning my garden. This is what I do. This is why I do it. Here is your exercise and things to consider.”
“Here i am planting my zucchini. This is when you want to do it. This is what you want to plant it with. Here are things to consider.”
So on and so forth.
Start filing all those videos in a location and just be consistent it. Work it into your work life. Make a new video everyday or a few per week. Don’t worry about the professionalism. iPhone is fine for now.
Be yourself. Use your personality to your advantage. Have fun!!!!
I’ll happily help you up the mountain. I wanna party at Launch Summit with you and all the other fine creators on this trail.
Hola!! I am very inerested to see if you do create a farming e course. That would be pretty sweet. I want to have a self sustainable acreage in the next few years and have lots to learn. Let me know how it comes along. Thanks
Thanks for reaffirming what I’ve been saying to Farmer Nate for the last year or two 😉
Anyone else wanna see a course on farming by one of the coolest, funnest farmers in the West!?
I’d be super down to hear all about growing food and community! A dash of spiritual wisdom sounds just right. Looking forward to your class Nate!
Thanks for the interest everyone. I am inching my way up the mountain in order to share what I know about growing food and community.
Super interesting! Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!
Thank you for being an organic farmer. I wish you the best in the program 🙂
Just saying thanks for these tips already. I’m just browsing the introductions, and while not an organic farmer, I suspect many of my issues will be similar. I work with sheep and wool. . . .
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