PERU – Most people look forward to retiring soon and taking it easy when they turn 60. But not Andrea Hammersley.
Adam and Claire Trost are self-described unlikely farmers.
The one-room wood cabin nestled in a small wood clearing, with a 15-foot long porch overlooking a collection of age-old trees, but without electricity or running water or a working wood stove, is Steve Daily’s oasis.
Changing the way she ate wasn’t really so much of a desire as a necessity for Lucinda Gingerich.
Michele Reishus never aspired to be a farmer. Sure, she kept up a garden with her husband, Neal, but she never expected the process of growing food to become her life’s work.
PERU – When Joan and Bob Johnson bought 28 acres of land along the Wabash River in 2011, the property was used to grow corn and soybeans.
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