Size Matters (Issue 35.1)Download file
Peter Andree's article starts out: "While 100-mile dieters provide a ray of hope, small-scale farmers the world over continue to face intense pressures, and many are still forced out of farming each year. In response, we need to think carefully about our aspirations for the 21st Century food system."
In a telephone interview he explains to Peter Stock the challenges -- and limiitations -- of small-scale farming, where government farm policy gets it right (Oz) and wrong (Canada and Europe), and why the Milk Marketing Board makes Canadian milk better than US milk. (19m41s)
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