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Small vs. large: Which size farm is better for the planet?

from The Washington Post

There's a kind of farm that has caught the imagination of the food-conscious among us. It's relatively small, and you know the farmer who runs it. It's diverse, growing different kinds of crops and often incorporating livestock. It may or may not be organic, but it incorporates practices — crop rotation, minimal pesticide use, composting — that are planet-friendly. Customers are local restaurants, local markets and us: shoppers who buy into a farm share or visit the farmers market. There's a lot to like about that kind of farm, and advocates believe it's the pattern for what our agriculture ought to look like. The vision of small, diversified farms feeding the world, one community at a time, is a popular one. But is it a viable one? more


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