Local Food Autonomy

Support regional independence and interdependence through localized, decentralized systems that increase our ability to grow our own food. While we will always be a part of larger food systems, this type of resiliency will keep the Cascadian economy strong, support our local growers and farmers in an ethical and sustainable manner, and be an important part of maintaining agricultural diversity and resiliency in the case of any type of large scale disaster.

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