Resilience, Issue 38 – A Place Worth Calling Home
Sustainability. Adaptation. Mitigation. Local. Grassfed.
These words, so much in the news today across the globe, barely registered on people’s radar screens fteen years ago. For example, when we founded the Quivira Coalition in 1997, we were focused on peace-making, collaboration, land health and good stewardship. Issues such as climate change, local food production, grassfed meat and other “modern” concerns, were rarely discussed. That’s not the case anymore. Soon these words will require a new conservation paradigm; one that combines the ecological, the economic and the social.
Fortunately, one is emerging, led by new agrarians.
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