Picture a food and farming system that honors and builds strong relationships between farmers, farm workers, and communities. Where food is celebrated as an important and valued part of our culture … Impossible? No. Article includes a list of groups and organizations committed to making our agricultural system more sustainable.
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Sound Consumer, August 2002
The longest and most comprehensive study ever to compare organic and conventional farming shows organic does it better. Organic methods are more energy efficient, kinder to the environment, and nearly as productive as regular farms for some crops.
Since the landmark study investigating long-term Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) on menopausal women was stopped abruptly, my office has been flooded with calls from concerned women. The research making headlines cites, “significant health risks with HRT, including breast cancer, stroke, heart attack, and blood clots.”
Thanks to leadership gifts from two anonymous donors, individual supporters of the Farmland Fund have more than matched the Bullitt Foundation’s $25,000 challenge. See also in this article: Annie’s Home-grown and Diamond Carpet Cleaning support the Farmland Fund, and Donor List for June 1 – 30, 2002.