The Life & Legacy of Loretta Lynn

Loretta Lynn, also known as “Country Music’s First Girl Singer,” “The Queen of Country Music,” and “The Coal Miner’s Daughter,” passed away Tuesday in her Tennessee home. She was 90.

Her songs reflected her pride in her rural Kentucky background and made her a Country Music Hall of Famer.
Pivot Bio was born out of an ambition to replace synthetic nitrogen fertilizer with a more sustainable and safer tool for farmers. Co-founders Karsten Temme and Alvin Tamsir began their work as lab partners during graduate school and focused on creating a dependable and safer way to fertilize cereal crops.
Since some of the world’s most wondrous places lie just outside the back door, Exmark created its Backyard Life website, developed to inspire homeowners to realize the full potential of their own backyards.
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