Can Public Health United the Good Food Movement?
September 11, 2013
Michael R. Dimock
“The appropriate measure of farming then is the world’s health and our health, and this is inescapably one measure.” — Wendell Berry
In July, I argued
that the House’s decision to split out the gargantuan Nutrition Title from the Farm Bill
might signal a new era for those of us seeking fundamental reform of agriculture and food systems. This is the second in a three-part series where I lay the groundwork for why unification is crucial for the food movement and how public health can tip the balance of power to ensure the good food movement will prevail in the struggle over the future of our food system.
Read the full article on Huffington Post.