Local Food Movement Crosses Disciplines, by Priscilla Melchoir

The local food movement encompasses geography, nutrition, health, economics and more. So when you buy that tomato from a local farmers market, you often tap into a system that values everything from soil science to greenhouse gasses, from childhood obesity to consumer choice. And that’s just the beginning. “It’s not a one-note Johnny,” says Tanya Denckla Cobb. “It is a symphony of concerns and voices.”  READ FULL ARTICLE


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