I wish I'd kept the statistic I read recently, but I didn't and I can't find it. What it said, in essence, was that we do not produce or import enough fruits and vegetables in the United States to take care of the basic daily needs as recommended by health experts.

I can understand vegetarians who want everyone to adopt their lifestyle. However, one look at the produce section of most Wal Marts in rural America is enough to turn anyone into a carnivore. I'm tired of seeing rotting produce for sale.

Since this is the 75th Anniversary of the Church's Welfare Program, I wanted to highlight some of the provident living resources the Church has compiled so I've embedded the video above. There are many others.

I'm not much of a gardener, but looking at what the Hopi and Navajo have coaxed out of their unforgiving landscape, I think we should all be humbled, and energized to follow their example.

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