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How organic farmers are 'Gaining Ground'
by Hannah Wallace
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29 September 2017
On 29 September 2017 Civil Eats reported:
Farming in and of itself is a risky profession. 'Gaining Ground' tells the stories of three farmers -- two from rural Oregon and one from Richmond, California -- who take additional risks to transition away from conventional, commodity farming to grow organic food. 'I've never been comfortable growing lawns and golf courses when there's a worldwide food shortage,' says Willow Coberly at the beginning of the new documentary 'Gaining Ground.' Willow is married to Harry Stalford, a grass-seed farmer from Oregon's Willamette Valley who, at the start of the film, is as conventional as they come. His transformation into a champion of organic wheat, thanks to his wife's prodding and persistence, is the moral heart of this stirring film.
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