...that will be viable in the long term.
This statement was based a passage from "Finding Food in Farm Country."
Our key finding is that the existing economic structures through which food products are bought and sold extract about $800 million from the region's economy each year. All this money, currently earned by Southeast Minnesota residents, is spent in ways that weaken the capacity of the region to build wealth for its citizens. (p.3)And it is reflected in a statement from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Biodiversity is enhanced in organic agricultural systems, which makes these farms more resilient to unpredictable weather patterns and pest outbreaks...