THE LAST CROP – A film by Chuck Schultz
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The Last Crop tells the story of a family caught in the middle as urban growth threatens California’s fertile Central Valley. The film captures the intractable nature of sustaining a small local farm and the stake we all have in making certain they can survive and thrive. On a national scale, the Main’s story challenges conservation groups, local communities and some 500,000 aging U.S. farmers to rethink what actions they are willing to undertake to transfer their land to a new generation of family farmers.
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