"Cole, Ralph" wrote:
> Actually, this looks like great news to me. The more adulterated the
> nation's food supply, the wider the gap between supermarket fare and
> direct-sale farm products, and the better our foods look to Mr./Mrs. Food
I'm not sure if the above statement was meant to be serious or not but it has
been my observation that a number of folks in our sus ag movement have had this
attitude. I believe this is wrong!
Rather we need to continue to promote the benefits to more then just consumers.
If done properly, we as individuals can form trusted relationships with
extension, USDA, and the "establishment". I've experianced this personally and I
know it can be duplicated. We will gain more influence with this approach then
cheering for an "adulterated" food supply.
"Enhancing the Environment" http://www.cedarmeadowfarm.com/
Cedar Meadow Farm
679 Hilldale Road
Holtwood, PA 17532 USA
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