New Project 33

It is customary that each generation passes many things onto the next. Sometimes it’s through spoken word. Sometimes it’s through things that we find out but were never told. Fourteen-year-old Trinity grew up visiting a small town in Vermont where her grandmother lived. This town is on edge, the PigmanRead More →

New Project 56

Organic farming can continue wherever customers believe organic food is superior, wherever farmers will acquire premium costs from being certified organic and wherever it’s not economically viable to use fertilizers and pesticides. Organic farming will function a big producer of food in food-secure developed countries and organic farming may alsoRead More →