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Good Work is Membership


“What will it take for farmers to be able to afford to farm well?” and “How do we become a culture that supports good farming and land use?” These are just a few of the questions that Mary Berry, Executive Director of The Berry Center, addresses in her talk.

Berry is currently working to restore a culture that has been lost in rural America: a healthy countryside populated by prosperous farmers feeding the cities near them. She continues the advocacy of her grandfather, father, and uncle for farmers, land conserving communities, and healthy regional economies.


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Mary Berry

Mary Berry is the Executive Director of The Berry Center and a leader in the movement for sustainable agriculture. A well-known advocate for the preservation of rural culture and agriculture, she is currently working to reconnect cities with landscapes around them. Founded in 2011, The Berry Center advocates for small farmers, land conservation, and healthy … Continued

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