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[cg] Hi y'all and a question about farms & city folk

Howdy all! Here we be in our new etheric space of gard'nin'. May lots of goodness be sown, cultivated 
and harvested!

For years I have been thinking about how I may best serve folks in cities/dense urban areas, and it has 
often come back to the notion of having land in a (semi) rural setting which city folk would visit, preferably 
for more than a day, including summer and full season apprenticeships and internships. I'm NOT 
interested in any sort of vacation setting, tho' leisure would certainly be part of creating a meaningful 

In short, who's doing anything like this and how may I be in touch with them?

TIA and Happy Gardening!

aka John E. Verin

"When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint.  
When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist." 
- Dom Helder Camara

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