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Evan Dayringer and Britten Stringwell

 

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The young couple says their community of family and friends will keep them in Ann Arbor. They note that their college educations could always help kick in income--she can do graphic design, he can tutor math--but "as far as going into the traditional mainstream economy, I don't think they'd have us," Dayringer says. "If you've been out of that, or even in that, there's like eight job seekers for every position. I don't even see that as an option."

He doesn't sound discouraged. "All these different projects--B Bars, Eat Ideas Farm, the Yellow Barn, our family--everything is sort of coming together on a shoestring."    (end of article)

[Originally published in February, 2014.]

 

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