That's right, it makes no sense. We are trying really hard to create
a safe and hygenic system, but I don't want to contaminate our well
or our land, nor do I want to create superbugs. How can we restore a
measure of common sense to our food system?
And what was the old line, "every child should eat a peck of dirt
before they are three"?
"Growing food for others is a sacred trust. The exchange of
nourishing food from the grower to the consumer should be a
sacrament, not a commodity exchange. Herein lies the
spirituality of farming." Alex McGregor, farmer
Brian MacIsaac & Rebecca Kneen
Crannog Ales - the first farm-integrated organic brewery in the world!
S6, C38, RR#1 Sorrento BC V0E 2W0
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