UPDATE! Future of Our Food and Farms Summit

Wiediger, Alison awiediger at HART.k12.ky.us
Tue Nov 14 14:53:22 EST 2000


And I submit that Dennis Avery and his son are two of the best examples of
this that exist in what passes for agricultural thought today.  Alison
Wiediger

> ----------
> From: 	Bill Shoemaker[SMTP:wshoemak at inil.com]
> 
> >Why do you people set up these important conferences and debates >then
> invite Dennis Avery? Why not just invite pro
> >sustainable/organic/biodynamic/etc. experts and let it go at that?
> >
> >Lawrence F. London, Jr.
> 
> 
>     Intolerance is probably the greatest stumbling block to true progress.
> When people become so confident in their own knowledge that they can't
> even
> entertain the possibility that they might be wrong they become a
> hinderance
> to the very things they believe in.
> 
> Bill Shoemaker
> Sr Research Specialist, Food Crops
> Univ of Illinois - St Charles Hort Research Center
> 
> 
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