Our country is facing a major crisis, and it’s not just financial. Industrial farming is eroding the environmental basis for its own productivity. Corporate concentration is squeezing out small businesses and squeezing taxpayers as agrifoods corporations return again and again to the public trough. With 50 million people hungry, national poverty rates rising, and the incidence of diabetes and diet-related diseases skyrocketing, it is clear that fundamental change is needed. Something is seriously broken. The scale of this crisis is too big for these issues to be addressed in isolation.