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Sweet Amalia Oyster Farm owner and operator Lisa Calvo used Farm Bill funding—Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Grants—to conduct on-farm research to improve farm efficiencies and sustainable production practices to support her business and the growing shellfish industry. This is the fourth article in a series of interviews exploring how policies in the Farm Bill influence people, programs, and food systems throughout the region.
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