Farms, Food, Climate, and Our Will to Change

The way we tend the land that produces our food, and the way we eat, are the key factors in our physical, moral, and spiritual survival and evolution.

My recognition of this fundamental fact is, of course, shared by many people. Among those who see this reality, and who can give the situation eloquent expression, is Jean-Paul Courtens of Roxbury Farm in Kinderhook, NY.

As it happens, CSA and biodynamic farmer Courtens has recently become a grandfather. He mentioned that happy fact publicly in March when he spoke at Dartmouth College as part of the Real Organic Project’s symposium. And then he dug deep into the subject…

A video of his 15-minute talk is available through my full blog on this topic at Mother Earth News. I highly recommend watching and learning…

One Response to Farms, Food, Climate, and Our Will to Change

  1. […] Farms, Food, Climate, and Our Will to Change — Read on deepagroecology.org/2019/04/27/farms-food-climate-and-our-will-to-change/ […]

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