Opinion: Creating social change, together

real pickles op ed 500 333 0d5d2real pickles op ed 500 333 0d5d2Real Pickles works to create a more just, sustainable food system. Here, employees display some of the co-op's 100 percent organic produce purchased from family farms in the Northeast. [photo: Real Pickles]  In an opinion piece published this month by Ferment: The Real Pickles Blog, Addie Rose Holland, co-owner of NCBA CLUSA member Real Pickles in Greenfield, Massachusetts, says a just, democratic and sustainable society can be achieved by working together. 

Read the full piece here: http://realpickles.blogspot.com/2017/01/creating-social-change-together.html

The views and opinions expressed in this op-ed are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions held by NCBA CLUSA. 





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