Growing Good Things to Eat in Texas: Profiles of Organic Farmers and Ranchers Across the State
As more and more people seek locally grown food, independent family owned and operated agriculture has expanded, creating local networks for selling and buying produce, meat, and dairy products and reviving local agricultural economies throughout the United States. Pamela Walker and Linda Walsh portray eleven farming and ranch families who are part of this food revival in Texas.
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