Made in Missouri

For my 30-Day Capstone Project I created an essay about products made in Missouri by using the land and what it has to offer. Though it is not complete (I still need to photograph a beekeeper), what I produced below gives a glimpse into the many, many farmers and artisans that utilize the land of Missouri in their craft.

Cover Page for a magazine spread:

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Green Hills Harvest, Purdin, Mo.
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Jeff Ferguson, woodturner in Columbia, Mo.
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Bee Naturals, Clarksville, Mo.

The hole in this page is for an image of the bees that are the source of the beauty products. This image will come when I meet with Lone Cottonwood Farms in Columbia, Mo.

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