10 Photos of California's Agricultural Life in Evolution | KCET
10 Photos of California's Agricultural Life in Evolution
Farm to table's nothing new in sunny California, where year-long temperate weather has made the state a hub for the cultivation and distribution of fresh produce. Here are ten photos that show the state's agricultural life in evolution, from the flower farms of old Los Feliz to the UFW protests of the eighties.
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