Architect turned farmer cultivates thriving culinary herb business

When Antonio Hall left his career in architecture in 2016 to “try his hand” at farming, he was given the nickname the “crazy farmer.”

Still, hard work, determination, and a passion for the soil enabled his business Green Leaf Farms (GLF), to sprout from an idea into a thriving enterprise.

“A lot of people still can’t process the fact that I left architecture to pursue agriculture, but it isn’t for them to understand,” Hall said.

“I’m very good at architecture, and I love it, but my passion has always been the soil. It’s my calling, and that’s why I decided to take a leap of faith and pursue it.”

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