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Greenhorns is a seven year old grassroots organization that works to support new farmers in America. Our work is unconventional and various, we focus on event organizing, in person-networking, mixers, celebrations and workshops as well as the production of traditional and new media: radio, documentary film, blog, a book of essays, guidebooks, web-based tools. Our goal over the next generation is to retrofit the food system and to build a thriving agricultural economy, for healthy regions, healthy watersheds, and a healthy farm culture. We believe our movement can succeed with strong communication, solid business skills, sustainable farm practices and importantly, teamwork. We hope you will join the network.
In an article titled “ The Organic Fable ,” New York Times columnist Roger Cohen had some pithy observations about the popularity of organic food, including this one: “Organic has long since become an ideology, the romantic back-to-nature obsession of an upper middle class able to afford it and oblivious, in their affluent narcissism, to the challenge of feeding a planet whose population will surge to nine billion before the middle of the century and whose poor will get a lot more nutrients from the two regular carrots they can buy for the price of one organic carrot.” Here’s a suggestion for a new tradition at Roble Hall: Ditch organic agriculture, begin taking advantage of modern technologies to boost yields, and commemorate that decision each year with an event called “Two Carrot Day.” (It could be co-sponsored by Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education .)