Community outreach begins on farm

Mejia, John
October 1993
Agri Marketing;Oct93, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on Miles Inc. Agriculture Division's community outreach program. Miles Farm Kids Day; Educating city kids about agriculture; Farmers Choice Award to Miles for its advertising and public relations activities; Expansion of program on a national level; Comprehensive effort to explain farming and agribusiness.


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