“Faith groups in the US have long provided initiatives like food drives and soup kitchens to help feed those in need – but there’s a growing movement across different religions to create fully-fledged agricultural communities,” reports the BBC. “From New Jersey to Wisconsin, people are gathering to disrupt how food is being grown, distributed and eaten to tackle climate change and social injustice.”
But we already knew that.
Colm Flynn, of the BBC-produced podcast Heart and Soul, visited faith-based farms in New Jersey, Michigan, and Wisconsin and discovered what we’ve known has taken root and been growing for years. Among the farms Flynn visited was Plainsong Farm.
Watch the video here.
Listen to the podcast here.