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Launching the next generation of Latinx farmers in Washington's Skagit Valley
by Lauren Turner
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26 April 2018
On 26 April 2018 Civil Eats reported:
When Francisco Farias, a Latino farmer in Northwest Washington's Skagit Valley, completed Viva Farms' nine-month sustainable agriculture training program, he became eligible to lease a half-acre plot at the farm, where he now grows strawberries, peas, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and carrots. But he's even more excited because, with the skills he learned through the program, he feels ready to grow Farias Organic Farm, a seven-acre operation his older brother, Sergio, started with Francisco and their younger brother, Juan.
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