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The Changing Faces of California Agriculture

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California’s Central Valley is home to the nation’s largest Hmong farming community. Dr. Jennifer Sowerwine, from the University of California, Berkeley, studies the cultural and ethnic dimensions of food security among Hmong farmers. She discusses the challenges facing these micro-farmers.

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