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Barb Hall speaks with Writers Voices about the creation of – Women and the Land. A book celebrating women farmers of Iowa. Some of the women came to farming; “follow(ing) in their mother’s’ footsteps,” others left the farm swearing never to return only to find their way back “because something was missing”. The conversation highlights the efforts towards conservation that this new breed of women farmer bring to their land.

There have always been women landowners, but women are starting to better understand that if they own the land, they control it.

Those who dwell among the beauty and mysteries of the earth are never alone or weary of life.

Rachel Carson

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