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An overview of Kentucky agriculture – past, present, and future. From pre-colonization to today, we provide glimpse of how Kentucky farmers work the land to raise food and natural resources. Includes interviews with the Ragland family, who have been farming in Kentucky since the early 1800s, the same time Abraham Lincoln’s family moved into the area; Will Bowling, a young farmer in eastern Kentucky; John Bednarski, an Oldham County farmer recognized for his conservation efforts; and Warren Beeler with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. Related PostsFood for the Future: Agriculture in a Sustainable WorldAre Vertical Farms The Future Of Agriculture?Future of Agriculture: Vertical Farms to Sustainable AquacultureVertical Farms and the Future of AgricultureVertical Farms – Ultimate Food Source For Future Mega-CitiesMark Jackson: A personal story about farming and the future of agriculture

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