A Nursery For New Farmers

At the McVean Incubator Farm, a little land goes a long way for people who want get in the business of growing local food.

By Colleen Kimmett, 18 Nov 2010, TheTyee.ca

Bahauddin Baloch labours up a dusty dirt road with a wheelbarrow full of sunflower heads. He pulls the barrow behind him, past the bee hives, past the old barn and rows of corn, to the edge of the farm property, where he dumps its contents and then pauses to wipe the sweat from his brow with a handkerchief.

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