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Monday, 06 May 2013


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Aileen Suzara

Thanks David! Oh, productivity. In another place and/or time, a role w/food and the land would be everyone's, the way it rarely is now in North America. One reason why the current model of work can feel alienating, to be choosing specialized functions without much integration. Our DNA didn't evolve that way. New waves of folks exploring farming are portrayed as trend followers, naïveté, or echoes of the "back to the land" movement; I think it's an indicator of deeper hunger. While full time farming isn't for everyone...having a place in care of the earth is. What do you think? :)

David J.

Brilliant. And surely showing those inquirers how productive is the time spent farming.

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