There is a cycle of food production that we have disrespected. It might be time to restore a business version of community farming. This is an example that came into being from an idea from Cornell University; Finger Lake Farm in Ithaca, NY.
I really liked how the life cycle plays out as the farm produces income, provided employment for hard to place workers and is developing a customer based that looks for their products and wants to purchase organic, pesticide-free foods.
Not all of us are going to be able to grow our food in the backyard. We don’t necessarily have one, but we can expand our ideas about how to reinstitute locally-grown foods.
Gena Haskett is a writer/blogger/vlogger who knows her way around a plate or two.
Photo Screenshot from the the video created by the MPD unit of Newhouse School of Public Communications/Wally Reeves
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