She is modern-day trader: knitting for tax preparation, yoga classes for massage, a digital camera for a truckload of horse manure. Piper Lane is making it in America — but barely, like so many other self-employed folks. In her quest to live off the economic grid, away from the whims of an unstable economy, she and her husband plan to grow 1,500 to 2,000 heads of garlic for a cash crop and sell greenhouse plants at area farmers markets. Piper Lane shares her story and solutions on how to get back to basics and make it in today's new economic paradigm.
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