>Personally, when I look for evidence that organic is expanding, I
>look to the growth of CSA, of farmer's markets; the strengthening of
>local co-ops; the formation of new co-ops; the increase in community
>gardens; and the so-called "soft" stuff like growing awareness,
>information, and learning communities around the concepts and
>practices of organic farming and sustainable living.
steve bonney wrote...
>Subject: Organic Food
> Certified organic or not, where do any of us gain by building a
>reliance on IMPORTED food? In Indiana, a few of us are very committed to
>organic food grown locally by people we know or know about through our
>networks. We nurture local production, processing and marketing. Having
>anything less than that is unsatisfactory to me.
I am sure these comments are the heart of 'organic/sustainable' agriculture;
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