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  • For information ľask questions, we are here to assist you.
  • Share your experiences using the script, essays, and resource materials so that others can gain from your work.
  • Send photographs too! We would like to share what you are doing.
  • How do these resources work with different types of groups?

CONTACT:

Food, Farming and Community Resources
Michigan State University Museum
West Circle Drive
East Lansing, MI 48824
517-927-1958
averyj@msu.edu


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"This kind of agriculture is farming from your heart and your hands. . . It means you have to be really sensitive to the moods of the land and your animals . . . alternative agriculture lets you be as individual as you are. John and I, we work real well together. We're really fortunate in that we came to the conclusion quite a few years ago that we didn't have men's work and women's work . . . we just had a lot of work and all of it needed to be done."

Cindy Dutcher, Goetzville, Michigan -Chippewa County from Voices of Michigan Farm Women, by Cynthia Vagnetti 2003.