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Berry: Bringing it to the Table

If you write about food long enough the name Wendell Berry will eventually come up. Berry, a Kentuckian, is a farmer, poet, novelist, and food activist.  655 more words

Reviews And Such

Two food systems, the world does not have accurate figures

From Who Will Feed Us? The Industrial Food Chain/The Peasant Food Web by ETC Group.

Even as we are told that ‘agribusiness as usual’ is unstoppable, less and less information about the reality of markets and market share is made public… This is, in part, because the number of analysts is consolidating as rapidly as agribusiness itself.

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Agriculture

Prince Charles's Organic Farm

The Farmer and His Prince

Bertram Verhag (2014)

Film Review

The Farmer and His Prince is an English language film produced by German film director Bertram Verhag. 121 more words

Sustainability

Jonathan Latham, PhD: Why the Food Movement is Unstoppable

Why the Food Movement is Unstoppable

By Jonathan Latham, PhD (Independent Science News)

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Food Sovereignty

GMOs, Ethics, Money, and Monsanto

By Jeff Kirkpatrick

January 7, 2017

“In the long run, there are no secrets, in science. The universe will not cooperate in a cover-up.” -Arthur C. 1,265 more words

Biotech Propaganda

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

By Jeff Kirkpatrick – Food Revolution Now

This is a working post that will be updated periodically.

Last update: February 26, 2017… 6,060 more words

Food Sovereignty

19. Models For Field Agriculture

For ending hunger, field agriculture must not be neglected — regarding which there are two vastly different models.  The pluses and minuses of each must be considered. 961 more words