Local food is nothing new in Appalachia...but the tradition of self-sufficiency has nearly died out
Articles: resilient food systems (145)
Partnering with children, parents, farmers, and professionals, we seek to better understand the contemporary circumstances that create alienation between children and the natural environment and the effects of this disconnect on their development.
The goal now is to direct that energy toward protecting seed libraries, which are a cornerstone in efforts to foster the genetic diversity of food and strengthen food security.
Solutions that benefit the well being of all people, preserve natural resources in Scotland and foster a more self-sufficient and resilient economy, must be prioritised by government and supporting organisations.
There isn’t a single TPP chapter on agriculture in TPP; rather, issues impacting food and agriculture are scattered throughout the deal. With that in mind, here are the issues that characterize the TPP so far:
The book, like others Pollan's written, benefits from his exceptional storytelling.
Influenced by the ideas of Allan Savory and other advocates of holistic grazing, I have been introducing the basic principles of this approach into my grazing management over the last few years.
And again I come back to my central (but evolving) thesis: permaculture is failing because we are only practicing one part of it effectively.
A planned rotation of the cattle mimics movements that herds of ruminants would make in response to predation by pack hunters when such environments evolved as systemic wholes.
We can get calcium from a range of foods, including dairy products like milk and cheese, deep green leafy vegetables like kale and cabbage, as well as broths made from the bones of animals like cows and chickens.