How Having the Food We Want When We Want It Threatens Our Food Supply and Our Future…

One of the highlights of “Never Out of Season” is its biological history of the 1845-49 Irish potato famine. Irish cultivators were at the cutting edge of technology, adopting the plow, monoculture and little genetic variation between plants. As they do today, these signatures of industrial agriculture both raised yields and made it more likely that a disease engulfing one field would engulf them all.

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Carole Sahebzadah


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French-speaking freelancer interested in web related works ( webwriting, copywriting, French translations, blogging, e-commerce B2B strategies, and online marketing). Part of the Expatclic team. Owner of Annonces Golfe, a website that gathers the francophone expat communites living in the Gulf area through ads and companies promotions. A Small translation and webresearch service for bloggers is available on Annonces Golfe.

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