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Small Scale Farming to Feed the World

By Emma Grace Fairchild: We are in an unusual and unfortunate circumstance in terms of our global food supply. There is a contradiction of rising malnutrition and hunger when obesity and diet related diseases are increasing at the same time. This is happening not only in Western countries but also …

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Stop Factory Farming—Support Local Organic Family Farms

By Fredrica Syren: At an alarming rate all over the world, expansion of factory farms is forcing family farmers out of business. According to U.S Farm Aid, every week 330 farmers leave their land in the U.S alone. As a result, there are now nearly five million fewer farms in the U.S. …

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Farm-To-Table Purses

By Kim Robson: The term “slow fashion” emphasizes ethical manufacturing, local production, high quality materials, and timeless styles. Just like slow food, slow fashion is starting to get the attention of consumers around the world. It runs contrary to the shoddy quality of environmentally polluting fashion items produced by inhumane sweatshops. …

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