Marin Sun Farms ends slaughter for outside farms

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By Peter Fugazzotto, Director, Communications

January 10, 2020

“I think we, and the producers in the region, were hoping for a different outcome,” said Jamison Watts, the executive director of the Marin Agricultural Land Trust. “If we want to support a thriving agriculture community that is environmentally sustainable and economically viable, then clean, local slaughter facilities are essential.”

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