Lindsey Lusher Shute

National Young Farmers Coalition

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Director of the National Young Farmers' Coalition and co-owner of Hearty Roots Farm in Hudson Valley, New York

Lindsey Lusher Shute on KCRW

Historically speaking, civilization has moved from the countryside to the city, from tilling the soil to industrial jobs, office work and technology.

Another Generation Goes Back to the Land

Historically speaking, civilization has moved from the countryside to the city, from tilling the soil to industrial jobs, office work and technology.

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Historically speaking, civilization has moved from the countryside to the city, from tilling the soil to industrial jobs, office work and technology.

Another Generation Goes Back to the Land

Historically speaking, civilization has moved from the countryside to the city, from tilling the soil to industrial jobs, office work and technology.

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