Nathan Kleinman and Dusty Hinz met during the Occupy movement, camped out on the concrete outside City Hall.

Four years later, they're still organizing, but in a more verdant setting: a peaceful patch of farmland off a rutted dirt drive outside Elmer, N.J.

Their goal now: Harness the power of the crowd for the future of farming.

Their organization, the Experimental Farm Network, aims to connect plant breeders with gardeners and citizen scientists around the world to develop sustainable, perennial food crops that can flourish in the face of climate change....

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