When you live in the rural US, your life is dominated by agriculture.
It’s your bread and butter.
Farmers make a lot of money.
The jobs you get are pretty good.
And when you’re not working in the fields, you don’t need to worry about how much food you’re going to get in the next two weeks.
Farming is one of the few ways that Americans can survive.
But when it comes to the agricultural industry, there’s a huge disconnect between rural and urban life.
Rural America doesn’t really have a lot to do with rural life.
The rural US has a lot going on.
But rural America doesn´t have a bunch of farms to help it.
Rural life has gotten much better over the last few decades.
And for most people, they don’t really know what the big picture is anymore.
For most of us, farming isn´t the only way to support ourselves and our families.
We don´t know that much about the global economy.
And so, what is it that rural America has to offer us?
There’s a lot more to it than farming.
So how can we find that farm-like life that is rural America?
How can we grow our own food without having to farm or hire someone else?
And how can our country, and rural America in particular, survive without the huge influx of food from the global south?
That´s the big question that people are asking as we continue to watch the global food system collapse.
But it has become clear that many rural Americans don´T see themselves as rural, even though we have to be if we want to keep a farm-life.
They think of themselves as urban.
The number of people in rural America who say that they are urban, that they live in a city, has doubled over the past 20 years.
And this trend is even more pronounced in rural areas.
In 2014, a whopping 71% of people living in rural communities said they were urban, compared to only 22% of those living in cities.
This is despite the fact that only 25% of rural people say they were born in a rural area.
What about the cities?
When I look at rural America, it doesn´ t seem like a large city to me.
I am not a city dweller.
I live in my backyard.
I don´ t drive on the highway or walk on the sidewalk.
I have a nice, clean house that I have put together for myself.
Rural people tend to think of cities as being full of people who don´ts live in them, and it is.
Rural Americans are not only a huge population that is moving to cities, they are also a large population that lives in their own neighborhoods.
They are living there on their own terms, as opposed to in the suburbs.
Rural households are not dependent on the help of a government, which is why they tend to have less of a dependency on the government when it takes care of them.
And rural people tend not to depend on a lot for their basic needs, either.
According to the USDA, in 2016, only 22.2% of households relied on government assistance for at least one of their basic necessities, compared with 43.5% of urban households.
And that is not even taking into account the fact there are more than 7 million people living within the rural community.
That means rural people are not reliant on the welfare state, which can make them vulnerable to poverty.
Rural American communities are also more likely to be located in states where there is no food stamp program, meaning that they also have less access to food assistance programs.
Rural areas also have more people who are unemployed than urban areas, meaning they are less likely to have a job.
This makes it hard for people in the urban areas to get by and to stay in the workforce.
And of course, the number of Americans who are rural has grown since 2000, as we have seen a lot increase in the number who are living in poverty, which has resulted in a huge increase in food insecurity for people living on less than $10,000 a year.
This trend is not going away.
There are already a lot fewer people living with food insecurity in the United States than in 1980, and the situation will only get worse.
Rural populations are still struggling to find jobs and are more likely than urban populations to live in poverty.
But if the trend continues, and people in urban areas do not have the same access to the resources that rural areas have, it is possible that the number and type of people moving to rural areas will also grow.
What is needed now is a major shift in the way people think about their farming.
Rural food needs should not be viewed as a commodity.
Rural families are the backbone of the economy.
The way they live their lives is important to the economy as a whole.
If rural people have the opportunity to grow food on their farms, it means more people can