Study Profile : Cloud Mountain Farm

Tom Thornton of Cloud Mountain Farm explains the importance of resilience in planning for extreme weather, and that it requires a complete understanding of place. In order to be a successful resilient farmer, it is important to “eat, live, breathe” agriculture. Cloud Mountain’s new Ag Learning Center will inspire young farmers to do just that. But to make it possible in the county will require at least 100,000 acres that must be maintained in agricultural use.

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