SOPHIE KUIJPER DICKSON
QUYON March 8, 2017
Chantal Chrétien and René Boily never set out to be milkweed farmers. In their various experiences working as wildlife technicians out in the field collecting data for a variety of plants and animals, not once did they imagine that in the not-too-distant future they might find themselves on a hilltop in the Pontiac growing the very plant that most farmers work to eradicate from their land.
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