At Koda Farms, A Legacy Endures Beyond Exclusion And Internment | NBC Asian America

Despite "alien land laws" and WWII internment, Koda Farms continues to operate as California's oldest family owned and operated rice farm that began when Keisaburo Koda started growing rice in 1928 in Dos Palos, California.

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At Koda Farms, A Legacy Endures Beyond Exclusion And Internment | NBC Asian America


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