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Friday, May 24, 2013

Dignity in Farming

Dignity in Farming

Across cultures, one can find many differences in the way people act, think and talk, but one thing all cultures have in common is a connection to food—and, therefore, agriculture. Booker T. Washington, a educational leader in the early days of American slaves’ emancipation, reminds us of this in his quote above.

Farming is a noble act. Share a comment below telling us how your farming endeavor has impacted the community around you or helped you reach out to someone of another culture. Then post this quote on Facebook or Pinterest.

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My grandfather farmed all of his life and was one of the greatest men that I still admire to this day. He lived on honesty, a hand shake and a man's word were gold.
Brenda, Maryneal, TX
Posted: 6/4/2013 3:25:20 PM
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