Lindsay Barbieri, Sonya Ahamed, Sam Bliss
Here's the tragedy of agriculture in our time.... The politicians, the agricultural bureaucracies, the colleges of agriculture, and the agri-business corporations went all out to industrialize agriculture and to get first the people and then the animals off the land and into the factories. This was a mistake, involving colossal offenses against both land and people. The costs have not been fully reckoned, let alone fully paid. — Wendell Berry  Insights Many still associate farming with bucolic landscapes of attentively tended plants and roaming animals. But modern farms have become carefully designed, high-tech industrial operations, and the…
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