Agriculture, Food, & Environmental Policy

Natural Resources & Environment, Vol. 26 Issue 1 pp.3

September 2011

By Sam Kalen

The article offers information on the relation between the agricultural policy and environmental policy. It states that agricultural methods have increasingly separated local communities from the production of the food they eat, which is why the environmental community is focusing on how to reconnect communities with local food production. It mentions that industrialized farming affects the social fabric of communities through altering population size and social composition.

A version of this article was also published in GP Solo, Vol. 29, No. 2 (March/April 2012) by the American Bar Association. Read the full article here.

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Sam Kalen
Washington, DC
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