Greenhorns film seeks a new generation of farmers

A child licks the dasher from a hand-crank ice cream maker. A young couple bake bread in a brick oven. Greens sprout in a warehouse in Oakland, and a cheesemonger opens a stall at a green market in Manhattan. … From Northeast hills to bay-area sprawl, they all belong to a new generation of farmers.

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