Phots courtesy of Lucy Duancan/American Friends Service Committee

Cultivating a Vision

A Conversation with New Mexico Farm Activist Don Bustos Phots courtesy of Lucy Duancan/AFSC Don Bustos is a New Mexican farmer who has helped build a farming program through American Friends Service Committee. AFSC’s New Mexico program trains beginner farmers in sustainable agricultural practices and has set up a distribution system, Agri‐Cultura Network, to aggregate🔒

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Lucy Duncan is AFSC’s Friends Liaison. She has been a storyteller who works with Quaker meetings to help Friends to tell stories of spiritual experience. A version of this piece originally appeared on AFSC's Acting in Faith blog at www.afsc.org/friends and is used with permission. Lucy is a member of Goshen (Pa.) Meeting.

Posted in: Features, February 2013
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