Free Range Studio Battles the Farm Bill

Foodbattle

Today, Free Range Studios released its latest socially-conscious film in support of changes to the Federal Farm Bill--The Farm Bill Food Battle: The Fight for a Fair Farm Bill! I never cease to be amazed at how these folks can take difficult, convoluted, and sometimes downright dull issues most people think don't affect them, and have so much fun cutting to the chase (no pun intended) and waking us all up.

I'm not embedding the actual video here for a reason--I suggest you bypass YouTube and go straight to the source at http://www.foodbattle.org/. While the video gets you thinking, the website includes the additional facts that really make their arguments solid and make you want to take action.

Raise a glass of organic apple juice to the minds at Free Range!

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Issues in this Post

Agriculture   Federal Farm Bill   Locally Grown   Politics  




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