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It's getting harder for small farms to wholesale their produce. We meet a grower and a supermarket buyer who are finding solutions.
About Chapter 1: Eating Local
Transporting and storing imported foods is a major contributor to the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Eating locally produced food is better for our environment, health and future food security. How are Albertans learning to get in touch with the land, even in the city?
About Made-in-Alberta (MIA) Series
Energy, water and climate, these are hot topics for the 21st Century. With conventional fuel reserves running out, water tables running low, and global temperatures running high, 96 percent of Albertans now want new energy solutions. Since 2,004, Barb Allard and her Made-in-Alberta team have been finding these solutions and bringing them to community television and the world wide web.