A History Lesson From A Farmer’s Daughter

By Christen Hill

While living in rural Mississippi in the 60’s, my mom, Priscilla was a farmer’s daughter.  Her father was a cotton farmer who enjoyed cultivating fruits and vegetables for his family. They ate organic before it was called that. They ate nearly everything off the land. Listen here as she talks about her experience on the family farm.

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