Did you appreciate Dr. Bonnie Lynn-Sherow’s perspective during the Progressive Farm Program session at last month’s convention?
Then head over and listen to Bonnie on the Something to Chew On podcast from @kansasstateuniversity Global Food Systems…
Agricultural history in the U.S. Southern Great Plains.
One story on “who wins.” with Dr. Bonnie Lynn-Sherow: Listen to the podcast
“The history of agriculture can be viewed from many different perspectives including breeding crops with improved quality and yield characteristics, understanding fertilization requirements, challenges with water and weather patterns, but there are also historic social and political accounts that had profound effect on the landscape of today’s farming communities. In this podcast, Dr. Bonnie Lynn-Sherow shares a sobering look at some of the challenging events uncovered by her research as she dug into changes that occurred in land ownership and farming practices of white settlers, Native Americans and African Americans on the United States great plains.”