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A Local Food Economy

Obtaining more of our food from local sources is a great way to strengthen the local economy and obtain fresh, healthful food at the same time.

If we’re going to increase local food production, of course, it’s essential to make sure it’s grown without artificial fertilizers or pesticides. Livestock, poultry, dairy, and egg production should be pasture-based, with no use of growth hormones or non-therapeutic antibiotics and no inhumane treatment of the animals.

More information and resources will be incorporated in the future, but here are some excellent resources related to local food: [all in PDF format]

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This entry was posted in Agriculture, Building Community, Climate, Demand Reduction, Economy, Business, & Money, Environmental Health, Food, Food Distribution, Food for Health, Going Local vs. Globalization, Land Use, Local Businesses, Local Food, Production For Need, School Food, Sustainable Growing, Transportation.

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