The New Entrepreneurial Agriculture
April 1, 2002 | By Patty Cantrell
and Jim Lively
Great Lakes Bulletin News Service
APRIL 2002 New Agriculture Profiles
Solving the Farmland Puzzle
Farmland in Michigan is currently more valuable for building superstores and subdivisions than growing corn or strawberries because global markets pay little for the state’s farm products. But a new crop of innovative farmers is making money and keeping land inagriculture. New Entrepreneurial Agriculture explains how communities can help their farmers switch to profitable markets and reap the many benefits of working farmland.
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