The End of Farming is a gripping, heartbreaking look at the future of farming and a story of people trying to survive in a globalised economy.
The book traces the rise of agribusiness and the struggle for food security in a world where we’re all at risk of food insecurity.
The End Of Farming is an eye-opening account of the challenges facing food producers today.
It looks at the impact of climate change, food shortages and food price volatility on farmers.
The book follows the struggles of a family trying to make a living in an agribosystem driven by climate change and climate change driven technology.
It also includes a harrowing account of a mother’s struggle to survive on $1.30 a day as she tried to keep her four children fed.
In the book, author Jane Greenfield explores the problems of the world we live in.
The author says that her own family, who are also food producers, faced an economic and environmental crisis in the 1980s.
She says, “I remember vividly how we were forced to take a massive gamble on the future in the mid-80s, when we sold our land, our farm, our house, and all our possessions.
It was the biggest loss of our lives.”
As part of the book’s narrative, the author writes about the struggles and struggles of people who are trying to stay afloat in a precarious world.
One of the most interesting parts of the story is how the author is able to connect the dots.
“A lot of these stories are stories that we never hear about because they’re just too depressing, too horrible, too depressing to tell.
But I think it’s important that we hear about them.
They are not stories that have to be ignored,” she says.
“There is no doubt in my mind that this is the future.
This is the reality.”