I am researching any examples of small farms- less than 10 acres (local,
national, or worldwide) that incorporate farming in a sensitive natural
area, specifically-- adjacent to a wetland and in a floodplain.
In particular, I am interested in knowing how each example has:
1) maximized the wetland habitat
2) maximized the farming operation
3) enhanced the upland habitat in support of wetland and upland habitat
4) developed unique symbiosis between the farm and the wetland- that is,
how does the presence of the farm enhance the wetland and vice versa
5) created any unique products or entrepreneurial opportunities from
6) monitored the wetland to ensure that the farming operation is not
negatively impacting the wetland.
If you know of any examples that might address any or all of these
features, I'd appreciate hearing from you.
Please respond to:
PO Box 5872
Portland, OR 97209
Thanks for your time!
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