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A daughter reflects on her family farm’s lessons

publication date: Feb 1, 2010
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AquinosErin Aquino wrote this essay last year for the newsletter of Lane’s End Farm in Lowell, Indiana, where she grew up. Erin’s parents, Liz and Corey Aquino, have been growing organic vegetables for 18 years and selling through Chicago and local farmers markets as well as an 80-member CSA. “This was very inspiring to us as parents and farmers, when we wonder if this was the right thing to do for our lives and our family,” said Liz.


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