and experience with them and the program.
it sounds promising.
all those 'criticisms' aside, they seem to mean well, the program seems effective, seems to be headed in the right direction, and if it spreads nationwide, as described, it can be an awesome game changer.
their gardening/farming model works; for those concerned with WholeFoods/local govt subsidy, I'd say simply copy their methods and share them. It's the biz and technical gardening model that is demonstrated to work. Simply seek another financial infrastructural paradigm.
Food freedom IS freedom, at least a very key component of it. I commend them. And, in this case, I commend WholeFoods for recognizing it, and publicizing it.
Predictions in due Time...
"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul