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Cannon Michael: Sustainable Agriculture During California’s Drought

Cannon Michael: Sustainable Agriculture During California’s Drought

Youth Climate Report: In-Depth

Cannon Michael doesn’t like to be labeled. As a sixth generation farmer, he’s philosophically against silos. And you can see why. His farm, Bowles Farming Co. in Los Banos, Calif., grows cotton, wheat, processing tomatoes, fresh market tomatoes, fresh market onions and cantaloupes. He grows both production crops and fresh produce, and he’ll take every opportunity to bust myths and negative public perceptions associated with labels such as “corporate agriculture” or “agribusiness.”

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