Monday, July 06, 2009

Street Farmer



"Like others in the so-called good-food movement, Allen, who is 60, asserts that our industrial food system is depleting soil, poisoning water, gobbling fossil fuels and stuffing us with bad calories. Like others, he advocates eating locally grown food. But to Allen, local doesn’t mean a rolling pasture or even a suburban garden: it means 14 greenhouses crammed onto two acres in a working-class neighborhood on Milwaukee’s northwest side, less than half a mile from the city’s largest public-housing project."

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2 comments:

cap and trade said...

The CarbonTwin project was created to promote free exchange of Carbon Offsets between members who simply share their carbon offsets (for no compensation!) with members with higher carbon footprints.

cap and trade

GreenFudge said...

I do not want to get into technical details. All I know is that we should do everything in our capacity to save the environment!

Regards,

GreenFudge from http://www.greenfudge.org