California looks to help new farmers and ranchers
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- The California Department of Food and Agriculture met with a number of non-profit organizations this month in an effort to open more doors for beginning farmers.
Officials introduced new farmers to a number of programs. They want to help growers get started and connect the with new customers, including school districts looking to buy more locally-grown produce.
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