Thanks for your comments, I think I see where you are coming from, and I
guess I failed to make myself clear. Creating divisions within sustainable
agriculture is the last thing I would want to do.
My thought is to bring groups that are already <defined> into contact with
each other, rather than <divide> or <segregate> them. I think SAN is
wonderful, informative, lively, provocative. The information that comes
across is not available in the media, we can't blame people who <just don't
get it.> I'd like to share that information, with lots of people. Internet
groups seem a good way to try. If reaching out to working moms sounds like
discrimination, how about to renewable energy supporters, or genetic
If we battle agribusiness, is it because it is putting small organic farms
out of business, or because we feel it is a threat to all humanity? If the
latter, shouldn't we help inform as much of humanity as we can?
And is it just agribusiness on the other side, or is agribusiness supported
by government and/or the media and/or public apathy? If the last, is public
apathy the result of not caring or not knowing?
All for now,
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