Sunday, April 25, 2010

The "Food Desert" Within Some Of Our Communities Will Be Addressed Through Increased Knowledge Of Horticultural Science


I've heard the word before but I had to look it up to understand it.  The science of plant cultivation.
The great George Washington Carver was a horticulturalist by this definition.

It appears to me that some of the challenges that people are prone to discuss as obstacles that stand in the way of our community will likely be addressed once scientific processes are assigned to them.

In the quest for access to quality and organic food within our communities there is no one better to deliver upon this need than the people within.  In as much as they have an "unemployment" problem this derives from their "under-deployment" problem.  By deploying the people who need this fix into the arable land in close approximation they will be apply to deploy their equal human intelligence as they learn something new about how to produce fruit from their horticultural efforts.

We have the propensity to make use of the notions of "rights" as the drive to supply the demands that exist.  A new conscious disposition is needed.  As these needs are identified those with influence over the eco-system needs to identify the underutilized human resources and convince them that their own mind's development opportunity is before them.  From this skill they can prosper and the community will prosper as their prosperity is aggregated in the snapshot of the place.

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