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Archive Journal — Issue n. 9

Archive Journal — Issue n. 9

An exhibition of the research and cultivation project presented in this journal, enquiring small scale and non-extractive farming methods, is postponed due to the escalation of Covid-19 contamination. The exhibition was planned to open April 1, 2020, at the Project Arts Centre (PAC) in Dublin, Ireland.

The emergence of Covid-19 is not an isolated incident. Exploitive land use, large-scale animal production and monoculture farming causes great disturbances in the web of organic life, where the increased risk for epidemics is only one of several severe effects. Industrial food production and further multinational, corporative, and extractive activities in habitats is directly linked to outbreaks of dangerous diseases, of which the covid-19 is one of several examples. The epidemic viruses transmit from wildlife as natural habitats decline, as well as they emerge from large-scale animal production.

The distribution of this journal, together with the distribution of kale varieties that are farm-bred and thus have maintained their genetic diversity and capacity to adapt to shifted habitat conditions, will however take place as planned.

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