Title of Project

Organic Farming: Food Production for the Future

Researcher Information

Nick Rocco
Hayley Oligane
Elizabeth Bond

Project Type


Start Date

7-4-2006 12:00 AM

End Date

7-4-2006 12:00 AM

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Organic Farming: Food Production for the Future

This research explores the long-term ecological and economical benefits of organic farming, as opposed to conventional farming, in the United States. Both farming methods have distinctive agricultural techniques that are under investigation to better comprehend their effects on the industry, consumer, and environment. Both systems have the potential to be productive only in specific geographic regions. Distinguishing which system should be used will increase prosperity and limit environmental harm. The primary goal of this project is to prove that the United States needs to adopt organic farming alongside conventional systems by providing government subsidies in order to enhance the efficiency of our nation and to improve environmental quality.