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The Great War

Agriculture in the aftermath of World War I.


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Welcome to Lake Nowhere

A farm where donkeys and mules rule.


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Strong STEM

School ag day gives students real-life lessons.


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Old Farm, New Focus

Reinventing a Tennessee century farm.


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Donkey Guardians

Quebec farm finds success producing guardian donkeys.


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Vintage 8,000

Georgian winemakers carry on an ancient tradition.


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Sauced Beef

A bit of wine for gourmet beef.


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On Muddy Pond

They’re thinking syrup, all the time.


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Tortoise Re-Do

Southerners push to rebuild habitat for a keystone reptile at risk.


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On The Battlefield

Farming with the Civil War and more.


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Business Is Bloomin’

Crops in bloom can create opportunities for farmers and property owners.


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Farming Within The Box

Solar powered containers provide year-round greens.


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Preserving Ocracoke’s Maritime Heritage

A small North Carolina fishing village fights for survival.


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Rent Your Chickens

Urban chicken movement provides income for farmers, opportunities for city dwellers.


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Sleeping On Straw

A nationwide agrotourism program offers a breathtaking view of Switzerland.


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New Farmer Academy

Looking to make a start in farming? Try the New Farmer Academy.


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Too Much Is Not Enough

Despite record U.S. crops, the world is falling short on food.


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Kicking The Habit

Montana rancher creates his own tobacco alternative.


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The Ames Experience

A visit to Tennessee’s highly unusual experiment station.


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America’s New Bounty

Today’s farmer produces record crops using significantly fewer resources.