Yes, I think it would be worthwhile to teach children about organic farming. Our environmental problems require long-term solutions, and one way to ensure that we commit to that is to teach the next generation about sound agricultural practices. If they develop an interest in farming, you can help them start their own vegetable garden. Through this activity, you might also want to teach them the importance of eating locally-grown foods to reduce the impact of transporting foods grown outside of your state.
Considering that industrial farming poses dozens of threats to the environment, embracing organic farming would be a wise decision for future generations. Understanding the business of food, with all its controversy, is likely to be beneficial to a child who is developing their own ideas about things.
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