At roundtable on food and agriculture, Prince Charles says we need to reconnect with the food system and nature, keep stock

Prince Charles “called for urgent restructuring of local and global economies to save humanity from itself” in a whirlwind visit to Louisville on Friday, James Bruggers reports for The Courier-Journal.

In addition to a speech at the Cathedral of the Assumption, the heir to the British throne briefly participated in a roundtable on health and the environment and a similar gathering about food and agriculture, at which he said people need to become “intimately acquainted again with the food system and nature,” as The Courier-Journal put it.

“I am very keen on connecting people to school gardens,” he said, “and
encouraging them to keep their own chickens and the occasional pig.” Here’s The C-J’s raw video from the roundtable:

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