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A growing number of young Americans are leaving desk jobs to farm
by Caitlin Dewey
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23 November 2017
On 23 November 2017 The Washington Post reported:
A growing movement of highly educated, ex-urban, first-time farmers are capitalizing on booming consumer demand for local and sustainable foods and who, experts say, could have a broad impact on the food system. For only the second time in the last century, the number of farmers under 35 years old is increasing, according to the US Department of Agriculture's latest Census of Agriculture. Sixty-nine per cent of the surveyed young farmers had college degrees -- significantly higher than the general population.
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