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Anytime that you do something for a long time, over and over again, how do you keep it fresh.

Let's be honest, any time that you do something for weeks and years, eventually that honeymoon phase wears off.

As should be expecting, things changes, life changes, and you change.

If that think that's getting old is you farm, and your livelihood is dependent upon it. How do you battle this evolution of getting stale?

One way is to branch out and do other things.

Maybe that's research and development, maybe that's teaching, maybe that's furthering a cause and maybe crowd sourcing inspiration globally as you try to get more people interested in farming.

That's where Curtis finds himself now. After seven seasons of full time farming his farm has changed dramatically since day 1, and even going back to the beginning of 2016 things have changed quite a bit.

It's those changes and the desire to grow and innovate that's helped Curtis stay motivated and keeps things fresh, when it could just as easily get old...

That's the topic of today's show on The Urban Farm

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Direct download: TUFS2E34-2016.mp3
Category:permaculture,agriculture,farming -- posted at: 3:00am PST

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