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    Justin Moorhead
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    What we leave for our children is a directly related to what we do today. Can we truly avoid a government finance melt down if we do the same as we ha
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    Ivan Butcher II
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    We Reap What We Sow: Cultivating Tomorrow’s Farmers

    I am a product of an agrarian land owning family, and they like many families today sent their kids to school to get them off the farm.

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    Justin Moorhead
    Keymaster

    Ivan. My thanks for sharing your article with this community.

    Though the connection between agriculture and art is clear once you think about it, until your article focused my attention on the interrelationship, I must admit it was not appropriately considered and appreciated. Many media forms would not as easily exist without the work of those engaged in cultivating the land and producing product. Dyes from food product comes quickly to mine as does cloth and wood as you draw attention to.

    I have copied your article and posted it in the Arts and Culture forum.

    Finally, should you choose, please do submit articles for posting ion the archive pages. The site does not offer the ability to upload relevan articles directly to that page but if you send it to me through the CONTACT portal I will facilitate the posting.

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