Bringing Agriculture Back Home

January 2001
Mothering;Jan/Feb2001, Issue 104, p32
Reports on the effort of the Family Farm Stewardship Campaign to bring together family farm, environmental, church and citizen groups in an effort to save the Wisconsin family farm.


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