Culinary medicine and why clinicians should garden
“For too long have gardeners allowed our food supply to be dependent on mysterious logistics. We have criminally allowed our own food growing capacity to be displaced. Growing something you eat and trading with people who grow what you don’t are ways to be less reliant on Big Food and its failed connections and also to help your neighbors.
We have the opportunity to subvert the dominant supply chain. Local gardens and gardeners should be at the center of a new, three-part food supply chain — grow, share, eat.”
He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “Grow, share, eat: We have the opportunity to subvert the dominant supply chain.”
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