L.Be Sholar founded Farm-Based Foodie to empower people to grow their own food. Photography by Leah Laskowski-Deardorff, Studio L Photography For L.Be Sholar, the experience of watching her own seeds grow into something she could eat changed her life. Sholar lived among the hustle and bustle of New York City for more than a decade, working steps away from Fifth Avenue in Manhattan as a sought-after make-up artist and hair stylist. But as someone who grew up in Kentucky visiting her family’s farm, she eventually started to crave a connection to something beyond her concrete surroundings. “People in the city were very, very disconnected, especially where I was working; they were quite neurotic because they weren’t grounded,” she says. In 2015, Sholar decided to move back to Kentucky to work for her family’s soil technology company, OrganiLock . At first , she split her time between Kentucky and the tri-state area so that she could continue to meet with cosmetology clients, but she has since moved to New Jersey full time. While she worked at OrganiLock, she helped to develop reusable organic soil, and she started to experiment with how to grow her own food in it. Once Sholar […]


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