Five Farms: Stories from American Farm Families




Once, most Americans were farmers. Now, only about one in a hundred works the land. And yet, the work of farmers is as central to our lives as ever. We are what we eat. While providing our food, farmers and ranchers are the stewards of almost half of the nation's land --- a billion acres. And family farmers still produce most of the country's agricultural harvest.
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Five Farms: Stories of American Farm Families, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, 1317 W. Pettgrew Street, Durham, NC 27705, info@fivefarms.org


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