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Fullness Farm- Farmer to Farmer Profile

publication date: Jan 1, 2019
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It’s warm and surprisingly arid as I drive from the New Orleans airport 80 miles northwest to Baton Rouge. I’d expected oppressive humidity in May, but it feels just like spring in Maryland, except there are tropical plants all around, and the crops are much further along. Somewhat oddly located on what looks to be a vacant lot off a busy two-lane highway is Fullness Farm. It’s just south of the city, right next to the last major housing development. There are signs of farming in the front field, and a sizable aging metal building dominates the landscape. Down the driveway, deeper into the property, is the tidy and very intentional farm center.



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