Farming the Soil: Organic Grower Shares His Story

Viewpoints / Farmside Chat September 6, 2021

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Dick Peixoto, first generation farmer and founder of Lakeside Organic Gardens in California, shares with AFBF President Zippy Duvall how growing his business from the soil up with a focus on cultivating a spirit of family has yielded a fruitful harvest on the farm and beyond.  

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