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.