April 13, 2014

Why Some See Big Potential in Tiny Farms

Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail

The Associated Press

One of the world’s cruellest dilemmas is that the great majority of its starvation and malnutrition cases are found among farmers. A third of all humans attempt to live off the land, and often find themselves uttering some earth-bound version of the Ancient Mariner’s lament: Fields, fields everywhere, without a grain to eat.

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TAGGED: Farming, Food

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