February 4, 2014

“I wonder if the victory gardens should not have stopped at the end of World War II but continued and expanded globally. Even if each of us produced only a portion of our own fruit, vegetables, and meat, how much would that decrease the need for unsustainably large industrial and family farms and the government subsidies that support them? Could the savings be used to invest in other ways to fight poverty? Could the surplus from our gardens likewise be used to fight hunger, for instance, by leaving a corner of our gardens for community harvest?”

-Martin Wolske

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