ON EVERY CONTINENT communities are awakening to the devastating effects of corporate-driven food and farming systems which have turned agriculture into an extractive industry and food into a major health hazard. Movements are emerging – many with parallels and linkages across international borders – that are re-knitting the historic relationships among food, farming, and community values. These movements are restoring food and production to their proper places in culture and nature. The following are a few of the areas where circumstances are rapidly changing.

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