Bioregionalism needs Food and Food needs Bioregionalism

Title

Bioregionalism needs Food and Food needs Bioregionalism

Author

Swail, Carrie

Host Organization

Trent University, Bioregionalism

Date

2001

Location of Document

TP-339

Subject

The current "normal" channels for obtaining food in the Haliburton Highlands Bioregion and most other different bioregions in North America are not in keeping with ideas of bioregionalism in that they do not consider the unique character and needs of place but attempt to homogenize our eating habits and, therefore, does not contribute to a culture of biodiversity by monoculture.

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Reference

Swail, Carrie, Bioregionalism needs Food and Food needs Bioregionalism, 2001