Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 1:44 am (Updated: December 12, 2:04 am)
Mary Berry Smith’s vision comes from a love of place and a pragmatic approach for resettling it.
With a Berry Center sponsored farming degree, set to launch fall 2013 at St. Catharine College, the acquisition of donated land for a potential farm school in Henry County and planning a three-day conference where farmers, activists and scholars will develop an approach for resettling America’s rural landscape, Smith emphasizes the need for the center to work on many things at once.
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