Marsha Mason never intended to be a farmer when she purchased a rural estate in Abiquiú at the outset of the 1990s. But she thrived doing it, getting her hands dirty. And over the next 20 years, the actress — best known for her Golden Globe-winning portrayals in Cinderella Liberty and The Goodbye Girl — turned the property into a bustling certified organic operation specializing in medicinal herbs.
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