If you live in a big-city suburb, you’re likely already familiar with the idea of grasslands as a way to grow more food and avoid pollution.
And if you’re in the countryside, you might be tempted to think of them as a kind of greenback to help feed the city’s burgeoning population.
But it turns out, growing grasslands isn’t really a good way to improve soil quality.
The idea of creating grasslands to support local economies comes from the ideas of John Maynard Keynes, the British economist and politician who famously predicted that agriculture would outpace manufacturing in the future.
In a series of essays, published in 1949, Keynes predicted that the industrial revolution would result in a doubling of food production in the world.
As a result, the population would quadruple, causing huge increases in food prices.
And while he didn’t anticipate this, he thought grasslands could be used to grow crops and increase food production.
As a result of his predictions, grasslands have been around for centuries, but the concept of grassland farming has only been around since the 1990s.
Grasslands are now increasingly being used in urban areas, where the environment is changing and new food production technologies are being developed.
In his book, Grasslands for All: How to Grow Grasslands to Support Local Economies, David Jones, a professor of soil science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, said that grasslands provide some of the most significant economic benefits from a plant-based food system.
“There are a lot of other reasons why grasslands can be used as a sustainable resource,” he said.
“It’s an excellent place to store water.
It’s a good place to grow plants that are resistant to disease.
It can also be used for the soil to hold water, and there are other benefits.”
In his research, Jones looked at the use of grasses as food by the communities of the US and Canada.
In his work, he found that the soils of the United States were more likely to be used in growing food and that grasses were more than twice as likely to produce fertilizer than other crops.
“In some areas, like New England, where grasslands are used for crops, grasses are a more common food source than rice, for example,” he explained.
“So when you grow rice, you probably don’t have grasses in your soil, but you also probably don�t have grass on the ground, so you can use the rice to grow other crops, like beans, or tomatoes, or whatever you want to use.”
And in other places, like the United Kingdom, where we have lots of grass in the landscape, we use grasses more often, so that�s an indication that it�s a better way to manage the soil and improve soil health.
“Jones said that the use a grass as food has the potential to help reduce pollution.
He said that as the food supply increases, we can use it as a fuel to help the environment.”
It�s really important that we look at the land as being really important to the climate system, and it�ll be really important as a resource to the future,” Jones said.”
If we really look at what we are trying to do in terms of using food to create an environment that is good for the planet and good for people, and then look at how we can reduce our carbon footprint and the environmental footprint, then it�d be really exciting.