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Tue February 25, 2014
More women are becoming farmers in Michigan
The face of farming in America, and here in Michigan, is changing.
More and more often, that farmer raising crops or tending to a dairy herd is a woman.
As women move from a supporting role to a starring role on Michigan farms, how is this changing agriculture?
Sue Raker is the owner and operator of Cloverland Apiary and Farm on Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula.
And Wynne Wright is a professor in community sustainability and sociology at Michigan State University. They both joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.