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We’ve been tracking the articles lately on women in agriculture and compiling them here. Noticing a trend. Please feel free to add your thoughts below in the comments.

Maggie Cheney, center, the director of farms and education for the food-access group EcoStation:NY, at the Bushwick Campus Farm in Brooklyn with Kristina Erskine, left, and Iyeshima Harris, garden managers. Credit: Erin Patrice O’Brien for The New York Times

Lady Butchers Grab the Knife

By Victoria BouloubasisPhotography by Briana Brough in Modern Farmer

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Women are much more powerful in agriculture than you might think

by Astrid Zweynert Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation – Fri, 5 Sep 2014 14:19 GMT

 

 

 

 

 

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