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    • S DeVito

      Anthropologie: Women Farmers - Michelle Cotton. Between soil and sky. That’s where you’ll find Michelle Cotton on any given day, and it’s pr...

    • Jaimee Preston

      ....One day I will have my own homestead. ...---->Women Farmers - Michelle Cotton by Anthropologie. Between soil and sky. That’s where you’ll find Michelle Cotton on any given day, and it’s precisely where we happened upon her while shooting our June catalog in the outskirts of Los Angeles. Her half-acre homestead teems with a menagerie of herbs, veggies and too-many-to-count critters.

    • Haley Carr

      Women Farmers - Michelle Cotton by Anthropologie. Between soil and sky. That’s where you’ll find Michelle Cotton on any given day, in the outskirts of Los Angeles. Her half-acre homestead teems with a menagerie of herbs, veggies and too-many-to-count critters. Just as the morning sun crests the Topanga Canyon hills, she’s up and at ‘em, for there are eggs to be collected, cheeses to be made, seedlings to be tended.

    • Sarah Pike

      Women Farmers - Michelle Cotton by Anthropologie. - Great profile that I can relate to so much.

    • Nadege Severac

      Women Farmers - Michelle Cotton by Anthropologie. Between soil and sky. je veux le même ici...

    • phillipa anwar

      Women farmers rock. Michelle Cotton.

    • Ashley Jensen

      lovely videos about women farmers

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      Michelle Cotton, Inner Gardens

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