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The Field of Hope project is selling soybeans and sweet corn to raise money to help families in Ethiopia with farming costs and microbusiness funds. Special to The Forum

Field of Hope: Area acreage planted to help families half a world away

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FARGO - A 99-acre field of sweet corn and soybeans is being grown south of here to help families on the other side of the word.

Kyle and Kathy Freier of Kindred went on a mission trip in January to Ethiopia. On the way back, the group they traveled with started talking about ways they could help some of the people they had met.

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Tracy Frank
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