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Sustainable farming, organic food: 8 lessons for America from Anatolia, Turkey
by Ellen Freudenheim
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1 October 2012
On 1 October 2012 The Huffington Post reported:
The allure of an environmentally responsible, low-pesticide kind of agriculture is a logical outcome of the eco-conscious gestalt that partially defines this new generation. In mid-September, author Ellen Freudenheim visited western Anatolia in Turkey where such ideas as 'small farm', 'organic', and 'locally-grown' are so old hat they predate the fez. And from that trip, some words of wisdom for young American wanna-be farmers with sustainability on their minds.
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