US (ND): Strong Farm Incubator Project wants to make farming more accessible

If you’re interested in starting a farm, we have good news for you. The Stoll family’s Greenhouse and Nursery in Baldwin is partnering with StrengthenND to start an incubator program.

The Stoll family bought the Baldwin Greenhouse & Nursery this past December. In order to afford the purchase, they struck a deal with StrengthenND. The non-profit would help the family purchase the greenhouse and the land around it. In exchange, the Stoll family agreed to help train participants in the new Strong Farm Incubator project.

“My mission is to see that we get more and more farmers, market gardeners, growing food and making it easy to get in the hands of schools, assisted living– into your house,” Mary Podoll, a member of the Stoll family, said.

Podoll said StrengthenND’s Strong Farms project will use plots of land on their property to teach people in the program how to farm for at least the next 25 years. The program will provide them with equipment, and farmers will be able to keep the money they make from the course.


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