All Eyes on Local Food!

may be more in the future—pretty much a given. During these unsettling times, a lot of fear has surfaced about so many issues. One of those fears is the fear of losing access to food. This may be a foreign fear to many, perhaps not so foreign to others. As we sheltered in place, we had to weigh the risks of order-


ing delivery or take out and going out to picking up our food. Risk going inside a grocery store to choose what was left on pretty bare shelves. Our food supply scenario changed; the sup- ply was under threat of being interrupted, and that has been scary. So what are some things we can do to help shorten our food chain, to ensure a more resilient supply for ourselves and our

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airy farmers dumping their milk, hog farmers slaughter- ing their stock……it’s a new world, a world of living and adapting to the presence of a threatening virus, and there

families? All eyes were all of a sudden on the local farmer. Local farm-

ers are so crucial to our supply chain and now that we’ve expe- rienced the threat of that assumed consistent supply chain being interrupted, folks are looking for ways to secure a more consistent way to obtain their food. You may want to consider these meth- ods starting from the most local food resource to the most re- moved:

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as you want starting out—like flower pot container gardening, to however large you want to make it. Consider starting small

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Grow your own. This intimidates some people but it does not mean you need a tractor, or a lot of land, or that it has to be your full time job. Farming at home can be as small

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