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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