A vertical farm is an ideal way to raise food for people who are not accustomed to farming.
But it can be tricky to get started.
And that’s where a farm bureau can help.
The farm bureau is a small community organization that helps farm owners and operators build a farm with a farm manager.
They have an open house every Saturday at 5 p.m. on the farm.
They’re open to people of all ages.
Farmers, who make up a significant part of the population, tend to want a small operation with a team of people that can take care of the farm, said Cathy Miller, executive director of the Bureau of Rural Development.
They want to be part of it and they want to help, she said.
The bureau has offices in Hamilton and Oshawa and is open to all kinds of farmers.
The job of the farmer, however, is to build relationships with people and to develop a plan for the future of the community.
Farm bureau staff have the training and skills to help farmers get started, Miller said.
The bureau is also looking for volunteers.
If you’re interested in joining the bureau, contact the bureau office at 1-800-929-4331.
The office will ask for the farmer’s phone number, email address, and website.