Post by Vierotchka on May 31, 2013 10:47:15 GMT -5
Published on 31 May 2013
Anthony Flaccavento, Organic Farmer, joins Thom Hartmann. In this age of food monopolization - there are alternatives. Just a few hundred miles from the nation's capital - in West Virginia - the market for locally grown - organic food is booming. The Mountain State's experiment in small-scale agriculture is so successful that some officials are now saying that it could become a model for the rest of Appalachia - and even the rest of the country.
Post by coolplanet on Jun 11, 2013 16:16:14 GMT -5
My mother's family is from West Virginia - such a beautiful state! It's only an hour from where I live and a lot of organic produce comes from WV. There is a gorgeous organic lavender farm near my cousin's farm, and they grow good bud there as well.
"If you're smart or rich or lucky maybe you'll beat the laws of man but the inner laws of spirit and the outer laws of nature no man can, no, no man can." ~Joni