As I'm bent over the tomato plants in the greenhouse, I hear a rumble in the distance. I finish up watering and head to the house to see the dark clouds moving in. The wind has picked up and it's a good 10 degrees cooler in a matter of minutes. I fasten the screen door so the wind doesn't grab it and the drops begin to hammer onto the metal roof of the mechanic shed. At first it is a steady shower then it begins to rain sideways. This lasts all of eight minutes or so. Then it is over. Time to head out to the field.
Susan Bates & Jeff Wallace both left the corporate world to get dirt under their fingernails trying to find a better way. Follow their journey as they learn to farm.