Local Foods can help Save West Virginia, folks. . .including raw milk

Which is kind of the theme of my argument for legalizing herd shares for raw milk (and eventual direct farm sales). . . in West Virginia. The local economic value of agriculture has never had enough value placed up on it, and we have been a historically poverty stricken place. Local food is part of the answer, and God knows, we need an answer here. And soon.

Read more here:

"A West Virginia Family Leaves Coal for Local Food—And Wants to Help Others Do the Same
In a place where coal’s legacy has left residents struggling, one family has a vision of a healthier future."