History professor laments the invention of agriculture

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Opinion

Connecting with consumers is a massive challenge for agriculture. The industry has developed several programs and groups to close those gaps, such as the Canadian Center for Food Integrity and Ag More Than Ever. But as we saw in Monday’s federal election, there is an ideological separation between the urban and rural population. That divide can even include how food is produced, apparently. Just when you think you have seen it all, something like a recent letter to the editor of the Atlantic opens your eyes to just how unbelievably wide that chasm is. The Atlantic asked its readers, “what…

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