Monthly Archives: March 2001

Model Organic Farmers Struggle To Stay Afloat

Dennis T. Avery If Organic Farming Like This Is The Hope For Feeding The World, We Aren’t Going To Eat Well CHURCHVILLE, Va.–Jon Watts and Jenny Tutlis grow five acres of organic crops in northwest Michigan, and their Meadowlark Farm … Continue reading

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Temperature Change Is Natural, Not Man-Made

Dennis T. Avery In the 21st Century We Will Take Better Care Of Nature Than We Did In 1900 When There Were Fewer People CHURCHVILLE, Va.–Sometimes it’s worth looking back at yesterday’s worries as a guide for dealing with those … Continue reading

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Portland Tackles

Dennis T. Avery Twenty Years Ago, Portland City Planners Drew A Cirle Around The City, Forbidding Urban Development Outside the Circle. The Result Has Been A Drastic Crop In Quality Of Life CHURCHVILLE, Va.–The U.S. Census says the Virginia suburbs … Continue reading

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The Politics of Foot-And-Mouth Disease In Euroope

Dennis T. Avery Industrial Farming Is The Scapegoate for Livestock Disease CHURCHVILLE, Va.–Pity poor Europe. Plagued by fears of mad cow disease and gene-altered crops, the continent is now suffering a plague of foot-and-mouth disease among British livestock. The European … Continue reading

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