Tag: By Mark Winne
|To grow and sell a half-million dollars of organic fruits and vegetables every year is no small feat. But to raise dozens of young leaders who can restore the economic and physical health of their people would no doubt bring a smile to the ancient kings and queens of Hawaii.|
If food corporations rule, how do we avoid the mischief that our industrial food system is heir to? Could the days of an all-powerful national Food Czar be far off? Clean hands on sanitized cutting boards, building our own chicken coops, and bringing our voices loud and clear to city hall offer us a distinctly brighter set of possibilities.