Can shorter, local supply chains grow more resilient food systems?

I was inspired to join Pasa, after a decade of farming, in order to help the type of farms I believed in succeed. Of course, for a business, success is measured in profitability. But the reality is that agriculture that is not supporting the health of our water, air, and earth, is ultimately a dead end.

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We all eat together

Dining restrictions during the pandemic have taken a tremendous toll on the U.S. restaurant industry. The National Restaurant Association estimates that $240 billion and 2.5 million jobs were lost during 2020, and over 100,000 businesses closed permanently. These losses rippled up the supply chain, stranding farmers with unprecedented amounts of unsold and wasted food.  An […]

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In Solidarity

The killing of George Floyd has spurred national and international protests demanding change in racially biased systems that do not do enough to prevent violence and to hold those who commit violence against Black people accountable. Pasa Sustainable Agriculture stands in solidarity. We also acknowledge that the death of a human being is too high […]

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