Letters, Feb. 9
I appreciate anyone wanting to provide healthy food for their community. It is important to the health and wellbeing of all of us. However, why does the community have to be at risk of losing healthy water and air to provide healthy food? It seems to reason that applying for all licenses and following the rules and regulations for running that business, working with your neighbors to not cause harm, protecting the land, keeping water and air clean and providing healthy food would all go hand in hand. It does not appear to the the case with Uproot Ashland.