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Teacher turned farmer to offer sustainably grown food, outdoor learning space

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Lisa Yemma tends seedlings in her greenhouse in preparation for Yemma Farm’s official opening March 19. Staff photos by Diana Matthews

“Most people think my ideas are too crazy, but I don’t let that stop me,” said Lisa Yemma, owner of Yemma Farm on Fred Powell Road, just off U.S. 701 South. 

Yemma describes herself as “a career teacher,” “a wandering spirit” and “a risk taker.” A combination of love

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