As the early morning sun, low in the sky, starts to rise, Laura Greenfield gets right to work, gathering her tools from a shed on her family's farm.
Laura and her fiancé Bobby Carey drive through one of the many fields on her family's 700-acre farm as they head to move cattle from one field to another.
Laura studies the different tags on the trees she has grown at Oakland Farm Trees as she fills orders for clients, who will be arriving later in the day to pick up their orders.
Oakland Farm Trees client Laura Taylor of Bedford points to the trees she bought - flowering dogwood, sugar maple and eastern redbud. She is reshaping her yard and wanted to replant with local species of trees.
Laura reaches to grab a witch hazel leaf at her tree nursery, Oakland Farm Trees. The tattoo on her arm is of witch hazel; she says she has used the plant her whole life.
Laura and her mother, Jo, take a moment to talk during a busy day of collecting trees to fulfill orders at the family's Oakland Farm. "Mommy's always been so encouraging of me," Laura says.
Laura drives down a winding farm road as she heads home after a long day on her family farm.
Laura reacts to her friend, Andrea Pompei, who went for a hiking trip in Sycamore Canyon, AZ, and brought back leaves for Laura. The two talked while Laura was visiting Andrea's bakery, Hopewell Bake Exchange, on Main Street.
After leaving her friend's bakery, Laura heads back to her car to go to work on the farm.
Laura looks up at a large kingnut hickory tree on her family's farm as she searches for nuts to use to grow new trees.
Laura and Bobby walk together toward a barn at the back of the farm to check and see if the resident barn owl has returned.