Growing Their Own Way: Inside 4 Pittsburgh Family Farms

PHOTOS BY RENEE ROSENSTEEL 

During the last 50 years, the way we grow food in the United States has become larger and more centralized. Bigger farms selling food raised on an industrial scale challenge the viability of the once-thriving community of mid-sized family farms. On top of that, many farm kids haven’t felt the need to follow in their parents’ footsteps because, unlike their counterparts in previous generations, they have more career options. The...

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