After losing one of the country’s largest Community Supported Agriculture programs in bankruptcy, the former owner of Grant Family Farms is getting started again.
Originally published on Wed June 12, 2013 4:20 pm
As Chris Webber checked the 40 acres of muddy field he wanted to plant on a recent morning, he worried about getting more rain, even as he worried about the lack of it.
"The drought is over at the moment," he says. "But in Missouri, we tend to say that in 10 days or two weeks, we can be in a drought again. That's how fast it can get back to dry."
April Segura is a regular at the Old Cheney Road Farmers Market in Lincoln, Neb.