The Farm Report - Episode 124 - Atina Diffley

By Erin Fairbanks
The Farm Report

Diffley_Turn cover"The Monsantos and these organizations that a lot of people complain about are not just going to change because it's the right thing to do. We as farmers and consumers have to create the lives and world that we want, and we have the power to do that." -- Atina Diffley on The Farm Report



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