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Program brings Wisconsin women farmers together to network


MONROE, Wis. (AP) — Rain lashed the tops of canvas pop-up shelters and sturdy boots sank several inches into the mud at the edge of a Green County field on a stormy day in early summer.

Still, farmers Emily and Brandi Harris were smiling.

"I hope we maybe make friends, and we learn things, make connections," Brandi Harris said as a group of women in rain jackets and baseball caps pulled camp chairs into a semi-circle under the canopy. "We're a small farm and we want to help small farmers, women farmers."

In late June, the Harris couple hosted the first In Her Boots event of summer 2018...

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