Organic farmer takes advantage of microclimates
By Bob Johnson
Jamie Collins followed a path familiar to many successful organic family farmers—expanding her skills at a large, established farm, striking out on her own, growing large enough to experience the perils of the wholesale market, and finally finding success after scaling back to a diversified operation of crops sold directly to restaurants and at farmers markets.
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