As I sit here in Randwick writing this, I look through the now-more-than 60 event listings for Fair Food Week 2014 on the Fair Food Week website.
It’s not any old insect I’m referring to, it’s a special insect — the dragonfly. Here, though, I’m talking about dragonfly as metaphor…
A Cold War initiative might offer an alternative to proposed draconian, ‘ag-gag’ laws being pushed by state governments and farmer organisations in South Australia and Tasmania.
Anaïs linked to a story on a US website, Modern Farmer. What caught my attention was author, Sarah Searle’s comment about ” …farms whose secondary, if not primary purpose, is for tourism.”
Story by Russ Grayson, August 2014 Our food is too cheap. We pay too little for our food… I’ve heard this quite a few times from local food and sustainability types, and although I know they are trying to say that Australian farmers don’t get sufficient financial return for their farm products, the statement reveals […]