Dan Orlando’s article, “Future of Food: Local will get more local” describes the growing trend of buying and eating locally produced foodstuffs. In contrast to many modern economies, it seems the local food economy is going in the opposite direction of globalization. Dan discusses in particular urban farming, where practices such as community gardens, hydroponics, and bee keeping produce food within city limits. These practices have the double benefit of supporting the local food economy and knowing where your food came from.
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