I know it's the organic forum but I was wondering what you easterners might have to say... I might work to get a job with a chemical company in Baltimore, MD. Now before you jump the gun on 'chemicals', it is a sustainable resource company that takes byproducts from metal manufacturing and turns them into usable chemicals; water treatment chemicals, and yes even agricultural iron products. So it might be chemicals, but it totally follows the ideal of turning a waste stream into a product. I think I would like the job. Now this is where I would like the input.. I love growing things too much to walk away from landscape maintenance. Utah is offering a good chance for me to make a difference because the lack of organic practices out here AND the very poor soil (1% SOM for example). I think Utah would be a pretty good market once I got my niche going... But, I was wondering how you think an organic program would fair in Baltimore compared to Utah. The soil might not need as much help out there? (might not be a good thing) An easier 'organic' market though? I don't know... Anyone familiar with the Baltimore area and willing to share some insight? Thanks!