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In Studio: Food and Water Watch kicks off Fair Farm campaign

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Fair Farm rules aim to level the playing field for small and medium-sized farms.
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Food and Water Watch hosts a Fair Farm legislation campaign kickoff meeting, Wednesday, September 21st, at West Michigan Environmental Action Council. Learn more about the legislation and action that is being taken in this conversation between field organizer Jane Wiedenbeck and WMEAC's Dan Schoonmaker.

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