Monday, May 4

Back-to-the-land, again

In a lengthy piece on the state's new back-to-the-landers, Andrew Marshall of MOFGA says one reason younger, more urbane, educated, out-of-state, organic farmers (AKA Greenhorns) are changing the state's agricultural demographic:
There's this sort of hipster element of this underground urban youth culture where food is becoming really important. They want to make a right livelihood. They want to make a difference in their communities, and they're doing that by growing good food, via The Times Record.

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