Pictured in the corn fields of the student-managed farm she helped run this summer, Taryn Riediger is an aspiring farmer. After graduating, she expects to work livestock for someone else before possibly returning to her family's farm. Amy Mayer/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Mas Masumoto grew up on his family farm southeast of Fresno, Calif. His 1987 essay "Epitaph for A Peach," in which he bemoaned the loss of heirloom flavors, captured his changing philosophy as a farmer. It also helped turn his farm into a landmark in the local-food movement. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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The Family Peach Farm That Became A Symbol Of The Food Revolution

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Owner Mary Kraft at Badger Creek Dairy outside Fort Morgan, Colo. Luke Runyon/KUNC/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Women's Work Is Never Done On The Farm, And Sometimes Never Counted

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