Why are we not working to rejuvenate our own soils with sustainable composting, waste management, and organic agriculture practices, instead of depleting the very fragile, tropical soils of other countries to meet the American demand for faddish specialty foods?    http://pinterest.com/higherinspire/super-foods-quinoa-taking-back-our-power/  http://www.smallfootprintfamily.com/the-environmental-impact-of-imported-superfoods/
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"[W]e are joined by Colin Seis, an Australian farmer who has [discovered] a new way to grow annual cereal crops. Pasture cropping, as it is called, involves the direct seeding of annual crops into perennial pastures that are grazed at high densities prior to sowing. Colin relates to us what he has learned over the course of a decade of experiential learning with pasture cropping, including how it is done, the economic benefits, & the improvements in soil health & biodiversity that result."
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