The economic impact of eating local

Those who eat know where their food comes from. Those who grow know who's eating their food. The supply chain gets shorter and information about what you put into your mouth becomes more transparent. What's not to like about becoming a locavore.
Check out Slow Money NW director Tim Crosby's break down of the economic impact of eating local here.
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