Herban Kitchen wrote:
> Just a quick note regarding the Cultivating Havana talk posted
> recently. I was fortunate to attend the talk this week in New York City
> and it was terrific. I highly recommend it to anyone within the Madison
> area and for future cities as they continue the tour (call Food First at
> 510-654-4400 or e-mail email@example.com for more tour cities and
> It is truly amazing to see what the people of Havana have been able to
> do working together to feed themselves clean healthy food, grown right
> outside their front doors - talk about fresh! Because of the trade
> blockade, they had no choice but to go organic because they lost all
> their agrichemicals. They even use oxen because they lost their access
> to petroleum and tractor parts. But out of this adversity, they now
> have developed a program that produces biological controls for pests and
> even a government sponsored program which produces medicines from plants
> (since they also lost their access to pharmaceuticals).
> Makes you really think sometimes that less is more.
> Best to all,
> Adam Ruderman
> Herban Kitchen Tel. 212-627-2257
> 290 Hudson Street Fax 212-627-2513
> New York, NY 10013
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