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Permalink Profiles Highlight Conservation by California Specialty Crop Growers

American Farmland Trust has released a new interactive Web page with more than 60 profiles of specialty crop growers in California who are implementing exemplary conservation practices on their farms. The profiles are searchable by crop(s) grown, conservation practices used, and geography. The intention of these profiles is to inform and inspire other specialty crop growers to pursue environmental quality as an integral and prominent feature of their operations. All interested California farmers are encouraged to reach out to the growers profiled in order to learn more about the practices they have undertaken.

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