Tonight's Guest: James Carp (part 2) Concluding our series on U.S. beginning farmers with more about how locally determined start ups are. Noelle Fogg matches beginning farmers with land - a multi-player effort" with many moving pieces: farmer, landowner, community members. She sees it as "a fundamental piece of the local food equation" because a sustainable farm is a source of potential community and local food production for years to come. James Carp believes insights that come from the actual work of producing food are critical for making choices to get to the kind of future we want. He describes insights about life raising chickens has brought him, and insists that non-farmers must also "remember where they are from" - if only from volunteering a few hours weekly at a community garden.