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Small Steps, Big Change: Communities Take Food Sovereignty Into Their Own Hands
Families, neighborhoods and villages around the world are pulling out of global food systems to grow their own in an effort to protect themselves from volatile politics and prices. Environmental challenges including seasonal droughts and climate change are ongoing problems, but the people who control their own food supplies say the risk is worth it for independence.
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