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“ If you are looking to meet positive people who truly want to help others then this group is for you. As a whole, the knowledge of this group is a truly valuable resource for anyone looking to explore the many ways to become self-sufficient. Oak Hammock Farm isn't your run of the mill farm in any way. It is part farm, part ranch and part social experiment in my opinion. How many farms have Appalacian Solar Dehydrators or compost pile water heaters near porches full of wool and looms housed next to outdoor pizza ovens? Thanks to Debi Schaibly creativity is encouraged. If you are a"greenhorn" looking on ways to start your own small garden there is no better money saving tip you will get than the joining this group. If you are a veteran with a yearning to share, join this group and have a class! ”
— GregH on Jan 24, 2010.
“ Antoino suggested that i (with his help) should become the orgainizer of this group. Seems with 90 members someone else would be interesed? We're located 2 miles North of Plant City, and personally don't like traveling to far. Not to far from Wesley Chapel, but maybe to far to be the orgainizer of this group? Open to suggestion? Considering starting a local Transitions group, but being a full time farmer, I'm always short on time and lack organizing (spelling:) skills. I do have farming, mechanical, constrution, sustainable living, and community knowledge. In the past rasized cows, and just started the Water Buffalo project with Antoino. Presently our income is from fresh vegetables sold at local farmers markets. My focus is sutainable living. ”
— Jon B. on Jul 9, 2011.