Sunday, May 24, 2015

Where it takes place is not as important as the creative thinking we bring to bear on alternatives

The following post was prompted by the Atlantic article linked below.

This is an interesting take on creative alternatives to food production. It serves to suggest as well the need for more integrated control of the entire food production process.

Doing this kind of thing, however, and keeping with a profit motivated mind set won't wash at all in the long run. Which is nothing more than to say that a creative new alternative needs to be found in our economic operating system as well.

Farming in the Sky

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