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Organic Farming

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November 4, 2005

These photographs are all from the farm belonging to my close friends, Cathy Jones and Mike Perry, called ‘Perry Winkle Farm.’ Their house was built in 1830 and sits on about 30 acres. This work is from my current, larger project of small farms in North Carolina. I work at a little farm here in the Piedmont and organic farming has become a large part of my life over the last few years.

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