Farming Project Matches Landowners With Farmers : News Photo

Farming Project Matches Landowners With Farmers

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GROTON, MA - OCTOBER 31: The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project uses GIS mapping technology to match growers in need of land with landowners willing to have their land farmed. Becca Weaver, from the project, stands on the land of Susan Shay, not pictured, who leases a portion of her land to Seona Ban Ngufor, right, a Cameroon native living in Lawrence who runs a small farm on the land. (Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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GROTON, MA - OCTOBER 31: The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project uses GIS mapping technology to match growers in need of land with landowners willing to have their land farmed. Becca Weaver, from the project, stands on the land of Susan Shay, not pictured, who leases a portion of her land to Seona Ban Ngufor, right, a Cameroon native living in Lawrence who runs a small farm on the land. (Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)
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The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project uses GIS mapping technology... News Photo 158731318Agriculture,Dependency,Finance,Gi,Groton - Massachusetts,Horizontal,Land,Map,Massachusetts,Technology,USAPhotographer Collection: Boston Globe 2012 - The Boston GlobeGROTON, MA - OCTOBER 31: The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project uses GIS mapping technology to match growers in need of land with landowners willing to have their land farmed. Becca Weaver, from the project, stands on the land of Susan Shay, not pictured, who leases a portion of her land to Seona Ban Ngufor, right, a Cameroon native living in Lawrence who runs a small farm on the land. (Photo by Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)