Turkeys: Farm to Thanksgiving Table

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Photo by Lisa M. Hamilton

In 2004, Slow Food USA launched a campaign called Renewing America's Food Traditions (or "RAFT"), whose purpose was to save endangered food species by getting farmers to grow them--and consumers to eat them. Members in Sonoma County, California, set out to revive heritage breed turkeys, but immediately faced a new issue: there were no farmers to raise them.

Lisa M. Hamilton documents an attempt to bring back traditional poultry farming in
Turkeys: From Farm to Thanksgiving Table

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Lisa M. Hamilton is a writer and photographer who focuses on agriculture and rural communities around the world.

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