We have a radical, beautiful vision for this country. More small farms produce exponentially more food with no pesticides. Prairie fields return to the Midwest, recovering tired soil. Strawberry patches are stacked in floors of residential apartment buildings. Electricity costs pennies to produce. Seawater is converted to fresh water, and every house in the presently drought-strangled, west coast city has green grass and healthy front yard gardens. Tomatoes are no longer watery from speed up production, but rich, nutrient dense and can be grown in your pantry.
This vision for America is achievable, if we just give ourselves permission to stop making bad decisions with land and food policy. Subscribe to learn more about our community of optimists.
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