This is how I want the conversation about agriculture to start. Agriculture isn’t a “problem” that we need to “fix.” We grow more food with fewer resources than ever before. It isn’t perfect, but we’re a leader in sustainability, not a failure.
Hi, I'm Amanda! My family farms corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I'm also a practicing attorney.
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I'm Amanda. My family farms corn and soybeans in Southwest Michigan. I'm an attorney by day, and "agvocate" at night.
Dennis Laughton says
My, non scientific, definition of sustainable is “any farm land that has been in production for several generations and is still producing as much or more than it has in the past is sustainable.”
I like that a lot! It satisfies the economic progress of sustainability without complicating it with market forces and political positions that we have so little control over.