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From coal to kale: Saving rural economies with local food
by Steve Holt
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20 September 2017
On 20 September 2017 Civil Eats reported:
A new book co-published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis says the time has never been better for thriving regional food systems, given Americans' increasing interest in fresh, local food. For example, Delta County, Colorado officials and business leaders have been driven to envision life and business in Delta County after coal. The county is already home to one of the state's largest concentration of organic produce farms and livestock ranches. What they need is more efficient distribution channels.
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