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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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Preserving Food without a Refrigerator

By Larraine Roulston: As homesteaders in Canada’s Peace River District, my grandparents hunted for meat, and planted fruit trees and vegetables. Without refrigeration, my granny also had to store enough of their harvest to last the family until the next growing season. One method was the use of a root cellar …

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Global Food Security—How Can We Feed The Whole World

By Kim Robson: Earth’s human population is expected to reach 10 billion by the end of this century, and we already have nearly 1 billion people suffering from hunger. We all will need to find more efficient and less wasteful ways to use the enormous amount of food grown. Unfortunately, …

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