“2016 was a year of new, and of old, of constants and of change. We had higher highs and lower lows. It wasn’t always pretty and it certainly wasn’t simple, but it was significant. It was after all, a very big year.”
The potato’s impact on our world today so important and complex that we just couldn’t fit it all into one article. So last winter we published “Potatoes, Part 1: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” and this is part two, where we’ll discuss the future (in which Wisconsin plays a surprisingly large part).
When the dark comes early and cold settles in, you can curse the winter, or you can choose to boil some water and pour yourself a cup of tea, embracing the quiet season that brings us an opportunity to slow down.