How to Farm in the Woods
The traditional image of a farm typically includes open fields, barns, and ample space for livestock grazing, planting, and growing hay. However, with a new generation of people taking up farming in rural areas, the idea of what constitutes a "typical farm" is evolving in terms of scale, methods, and land use.
Forest farming, a form of agroforestry, is one such example. Did you know that you can grow various crops under a forest canopy without clearing or disrupting the woods? This approach is not only possible but also happening worldwide and can be a game-changer for those interested in investing in forested land.
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