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Ferme Ojalammi in Warren, Ont. Farmer Matt Ojalammi is constantly tending to the roughly 3, he of lettuce growing in his greenhouse. The farm is owned by Ojalammi and his young family. But that's the main goal -- what can we carve out for ourselves in our later years? Ojalammi and his young family moved from the bright city lights of Sudbury to a quiet rustic Warren countryside just four years ago. Starting with chickens and a garden, they added two large greenhouses focusing on hydroponic growing of tomatoes and lettuce.

We obviously had to learn a whole lot -- and we're still learning a whole lot. Besides farming, both Germain and Ojalammi work full time. Still relatively new to the farming game, they still find ways to balance work life, farming and taking care of their three young children. This summer, the family was able to bring on two summer students through the Canada Summer Jobs application program for a crucial helping hand around the farm.

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