Organic farmer finds it ‘wasn’t as easy as I thought’ — then success

A biweekly diary by Canadian organic farmer Brent Preston, headlined “Leaving the city to become a farmer wasn’t as easy as I thought,” is now running in Toronto’s Globe and Mail.

Preston and his wife, Gillian Flies, who started their now-succesful farm in central Ontario in 2007, are the authors of a new book called The New Farm: Our Ten Years on the Front Lines of the Good Food Revolution.

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