How do you turn an unwieldy piece of massive, but vital legislation, into something immediately relevant to the public, at large?
When you sit down to a meal, do you ever wonder where the ingredients come from?
A variety of voices are being raised on NYTime’s Room for Debate opinion page this week, with the subject header being: Preventing Cruelty on the Farm.
I began to ramble about why I was here: my quest for better knowledge about the American food system, and modern life that the self-sufficient Amish seem to offer an enviable alternative. Excerpt 4.
Why did I spend 5 months pedaling 4,300 miles across the country to rediscover our food system? Excerpt 1.
During the summer of 2009, Nathan Winters spent 5 months traveling 4300 miles across the nation on a bicycle to rediscover our food system. Read excerpts from his unpublished book, The Uncommon Harvest.