Local, organic food is growing in popularity by leaps and bounds.  Beyond the benefits to the growers, our health and the land, could it become a matter of survival?  Author and farmer Michael Ableman shares his cross-country journey celebrating the reverent reconnection with food and the land that is transforming how we will produce our future food.

ON Bioneers | March 21, 2014 | 9:30 am

A Fork in the Road: Make Friends with a Farmer

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Local, organic food is growing in popularity by leaps and bounds.  Beyond the benefits to the growers, our health and the land, could it become a matter of survival?  Author and farmer Michael Ableman shares his cross-country journey celebrating the reverent reconnection with food and the land that is transforming how we will produce our future food.

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