What Hurricanes Warn us About the Future of Food

This short piece (5-minute read) was shared by Paula Daniels after the scare of Hurricane Lane passing by Hawaii last month. The questions Paula poses are even more relevant after the recent storms on the east coast. Does this quote resonate with you? "Hurricane Lane could serve as a wake-up call on the need for regionalizing local food production." Read the full article here: https://medium.com/@UrbanResilience/from-spam-to-self-sufficiency-what-hurricanes-teach-us-about-the-future-of-food-91f2fa173af6 We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!


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    Susan Lightfoot Schempf on 10/17/2018 3:38:44 PM

    This is a powerful piece, thank you Paula! My journey into community-based food systems is marked by my experience in Louisiana just a week after Hurricane Katrina. Seeing those empty shelves, just the photo you showed, lit a fire under my you-know-what to help build local food sovereignty through school, community, and backyard gardens. I appreciate the emphasis here on the role of government and policy to plan for the future. You're a fantastic writer, Paula! Thanks for sharing, Andrew.

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