Our Land

“It was important to me to connect with other women in agriculture.”

My parents met in Germany, in a displaced persons camp in the ’50s. My mom is from Latvia, and my dad’s from Estonia—two of the Baltic states that were invaded by Russia during World War II. They moved to the United States together and had me, the only child, a first-generation daughter of immigrant refugees. …

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