The future of food and farming will look a lot like our past

From FarmandDairy.com:

As winter’s icy hands again strangle most of the country, I toss another log in the stove and grab the stack of old newspapers, aging magazines and new books that has grown tall during winter travels.

The newspapers take little time. No trick to reading a two-weeks-old daily newspaper: headline … headline … recycling bin.

The magazines are more of a meander; they take more time, more wood and more naps.

Finally, near the bottom of the pile are two books I had hoped to read earlier; one purchased late last year by daughter, Mary Grace, the other sent by its author, a friend, a month ago.

A couple of cold Saturdays of popcorn munching and sentence-crunching take me through both.

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Feb
26