We dream of food sovereignty and access to local fruits year-round. But we ignore the hidden truths of our agricultural systems: extreme pollination, transport and theft of hives, beekeepers’ distress, and a mad race to pollinate monoculture crops destined for export, while bees keep our food supply afloat on life support. Meanwhile, in Québec, young people are building the fruit farms of the future.
Field Notes of a New Forager
“I might never have thought to try my hand if it weren’t for the global pandemic and the food security issues it has brought to the forefront.” ou “By the end of our second day I had finally learned to pick out the morels’ darkened honeycomb-like patterns from the forest floor.”
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