I remember reading an interesting quote that, paraphrased, said society was losing touch with where food came from and that the increase in urbanization was a death knell for rural life. The quote was from the 1920s. Shocking? A little, but it’s also an excellent bit of perspective for where we sit now, nearly 100 years later, when food and where it comes from is not only a hot topic, but also the number of people actually producing food here in North America is at an all-time low. Of course, an equation like that is just a communication mine field…
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