Here is a link to the interview.William Moseley, a geographer from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, recently returned from a study trip to Botswana. He talks about the changes in African agriculture and the importance of traditional small scale agriculture for food security. The public education issue he identifies would be familiar to people thinking about food issues in rural Minnesota, where small scale agriculture is similarly under-valued.
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