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"Local Food Systems is one of this networks, located mainly in the american states of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan. They state:
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Local Food Systems is one of these networks, located mainly in the american states of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan. They state:
  
      1. We have the people, land and climate needed to produce fresh, affordable, and healthy food.
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# We have the people, land and climate needed to produce fresh, affordable, and healthy food.
      2. Our growing community of producers and consumers can create strong local food systems, reduce use of fossil fuels, and create businesses and jobs.
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# Our growing community of producers and consumers can create strong local food systems, reduce use of fossil fuels, and create businesses and jobs.
      3. Vibrant local and regional agriculture generates wealth in communities, establishes healthy environments for families, and enhances quality of life for all."
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# Vibrant local and regional agriculture generates wealth in communities, establishes healthy environments for families, and enhances quality of life for all."
  
  

Revision as of 11:09, 11 March 2010

URL = http://localfoodsystems.org/

Description

Local Food Systems is one of these networks, located mainly in the american states of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan. They state:

  1. We have the people, land and climate needed to produce fresh, affordable, and healthy food.
  2. Our growing community of producers and consumers can create strong local food systems, reduce use of fossil fuels, and create businesses and jobs.
  3. Vibrant local and regional agriculture generates wealth in communities, establishes healthy environments for families, and enhances quality of life for all."