My parents bought an old forgotten farm in eastern Pennsylvania a few decades ago; I was blessed to grow up here with the brilliance of nature, woods and fields bursting with every season’s song. At 13, went on to boarding school which eventually lead my to get a degree in international business in Boston, which finally lead to many travels and a career in Hong Kong in the field of international finance.

It was not until this year however that I finally found the courage to recognize that the family values I was raised on around the dinner table were getting more difficult to replicate and preserve. And so, I am back in Pennsylvania on our long forgotten 20 acre farm.

The garden is growing, the barn is getting full and my dreams are getting clearer as they expand and fill the land with the promise of a very difficult but hopefully fruitful future.

In these pages, I will attempt to capture our journey to establishing and running a small sustainable family farm.


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