Inspiring a New Generation of Farmers

Inspiring a New Generation of Farmers
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Jeff Squires
  • 20 february 2009

Ever since the slow food movement came to prominence in the 90s, there has been a general shift in the way we perceive food and how we expect it to be produced. First, there was the whole fair trade thing, then it was all about being organic, now, it’s all about being local – and one of the latest trends we’ve been noticing is young urbanites taking matters into their own hands, and growing their own food.

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