Farming has grown to be his passion

FULFILLED FARMER: Christopher Clegg, a fifth-generation co-owner of his family’s Four Town Farm in Seekonk, used to dream of being an architect until he decided to step up to continue running the family business, a job he now relishes and is passionate about. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
FULFILLED FARMER: Christopher Clegg, a fifth-generation co-owner of his family’s Four Town Farm in Seekonk, used to dream of being an architect until he decided to step up to continue running the family business, a job he now relishes and is passionate about. 
PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY
Christopher Clegg has the title of co-owner for his family farm, but the real boss is Mother Nature. With deluges and dry spells, heat and frost, she decides when the acres of corn, berries and flowers get picked, or packed, or when Clegg simply must watch, wait and hope for the best. As a fifth-generation…

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