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Stateside: Sen. Carl Levin on his new memoir; the history and future of Black farmers

Bruce-Michael Wilson, who owns Groundswell Farm, a USDA Certified Organic Farm in Zeeland, says he wants to help teach the next generation of Black farmers how to be stewards of the land.
Courtesy of Bruce-Michael Wilson

Today, on Stateside, we revisit our conversation with a Black farmer who grows organic produce in west Michigan, and our conversation with Former U.S. Senator Carl Levin about his new memoir, Getting to the Heart of the Matter: My 36 years in the Senate.

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In his new memoir, longtime U.S. Senator Carl Levin reflects on his 36 years in office

Black Michigan farmer carries on his family legacy with an eye toward the future

Stateside's conversation with Bruce-Michael Wilson

  • Bruce-Michael Wilson owns Groundswell Farms in Zeeland, Michigan.
  • This segment originally aired March 11, 2021.
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