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Larry Howard's 15-year-old daughter, Elena, stands near the refrigerator where Maple Valley Farm keeps eggs. Elena is responsible for taking care of the laying hens.
Pigs sleep in the sun at Maple Valley Farm. The pigs, which farmer Larry Howard calls nature’s sanitation engineers, fluff up the soil with their snouts to make it easier for soil microbes to eat up carbon-filled materials.
Farmer Larry Howard holds up an egg at Maple Valley Farm. Howard said the farm applies biomimicry to its methods in order to produce eggs and a variety of meats for its partners.