Photos are the property of Ed Szymanski and used with permission. Our food is losing nutritional value. Are you surprised? When we talk about climate change, we talk about rising temperatures, more powerful storms, melting glaciers, rising seas, and habitat loss. We don’t talk about our food not feeding us well. With increasing storms and fire across the country, food production for people and animals has been disrupted, unavailable, or decreased in availability. This is reflected in cost increases for milk, meat, and bread. What we don’t expect is that the carrots, potatoes, or leafy greens we buy will have fewer vitamins and minerals than when our grandparents were kids. Floods, mud

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