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Bruce Silverglade of the Center for Science in the Public Interest got himself invited to a day-long high-level seminar entitled, “After Seattle: Restoring Momentum to the WTO.” Here is an excerpt from his fly-on-the-wall report.
Are small farms as bountiful as they are beautiful? Can they really compete with large farms in the agriculture of the future? The answer is yes on both counts. Here's why.
The soil is a living organism. With proper management, the soil thrives, breathes, drinks in the falling rain, and supports healthy crops.
"Simplicity isn't something you buy. You create it by chipping away the unreal, the useless, and the meaningless..."
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Farmers and consumers team up to reimagine American agriculture - but this time they're thinking small and personal