Nancy Vogelsberg-Busch - Home, Kansas
Women need a voice in how our food is raised. We can no longer just "keep the books" for the men folk. We need to start writing the books on how to become better farmers. I would love for more women to realize how significant our traditional care-taking roles can be for caring for our soils.
am grateful for being able to raise my Children on a farm where we use
no harmful chemicals. The greatest gift I have given my children
have been learned from this farm. The lessons taught here will help
them become more responsible adults.
There are many differences
between farmers and ranchers and the non-agriculture community. We
all depend on land for our food and the people who know how to produce
our food. The tool of observations employed by these "applied scientists"
in their production system and is is a step towards healing the land
and fractured communities.
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