Farm as Solar Collector: Part 2

By John Mattingly

Last month, I waved goodbye to my last commentary column by saying:

But why should farmers get higher prices for their crops? Isn’t food already expensive enough? That good loaf of bread that used to cost a buck is now crowding six. What if I told you that loaf should really cost you a twenty?

Next month, I’ll discuss why higher commodity (and thus food) prices are not only inevitable, but necessary.

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