When it comes to agriculture, big isn’t always better. Today 1% percent of farms operate 70% of the world’s farmland. As we experienced in early 2020, a centralized and monopolized agriculture system broke during a time of crises.
Now more than ever, there is an urgent call for what has been termed Whole-sum food: food that is nutritious, safe, humanely acquired, and is produced and distributed in a way that contributes positively to our environment and our local economy. Continue reading “Planning for Nevada County’s Food Future”