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Published on Jan 17, 2013

Lisa Mygrant, owner of the new Raven & Rose restaurant shares her personal views on why sustainable farming is so important to her. Having grown up in a family that grew their own food, and having completed a brand new degree program at Cornell Engineering School where she studied the science of farming and fishing systems, Mygrant came to appreciate how individual environmental actions could produce impacts even on the global level.

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