From left, Dustin Crouch, Stephanie Morrison and Lynn Alker survey rows of crops at Interfaith Food Shuttle’s Teaching Farm. The three are participants in the organization’s three-year incubator program for farmers.
From left, Dustin Crouch, Stephanie Morrison and Lynn Alker survey rows of crops at Interfaith Food Shuttle’s Teaching Farm. The three are participants in the organization’s three-year incubator program for farmers. PHOTOS BY TERI SAYLOR
From left, Dustin Crouch, Stephanie Morrison and Lynn Alker survey rows of crops at Interfaith Food Shuttle’s Teaching Farm. The three are participants in the organization’s three-year incubator program for farmers. PHOTOS BY TERI SAYLOR

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle's Teaching Farm grows gardeners into farmers

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