March 23, 2021 is National Ag Day, a time when producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities, government agencies and countless others across America gather to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by American agriculture.
The modern world is inherently self-destructive. We use natural resources, create products and services and consume them. Indeed, it’s a never ending race, and we’re doing so more aggressively and with greater efficiency that at any other point in recorded history. If we don’t slow down, or change gears, how much longer can we continue? Enter the simple notion of regeneration.
When we talk about being green, the notion, is to save energy, save water and better live within our local environment. While we make huge strides in technology and innovation, conservation—or using less—is always as important. So it is in government, that the need to be efficient, to use less, or to simply live within our means should be the ideal.