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Farm to Table

Quiz by Lawrence Drew

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  • Q1
    Which of the following best describes the concept of 'Farm to Table'?
    A movement that focuses on bringing locally produced food directly from the farm to the consumer's table.
    A style of cooking that emphasizes table presentation.
    A farming practice that encourages the use of table scraps as fertilizer.
    A method of farming that involves using tables to grow crops.
  • Q2
    What is the primary objective of the 'Farm to Table' movement?
    To prioritize convenience over locally sourced food.
    To promote sustainable agriculture and support local farmers.
    To encourage the use of industrial farming practices.
    To increase the distance between food production and consumption.
  • Q3
    What does the term 'locavore' refer to in the context of Farm to Table?
    A person who primarily eats locally sourced food.
    A type of fruit that can only be found on farms.
    A restaurant that serves farm-fresh food.
    A method of food preservation used on farms.
  • Q4
    What is the purpose of a farmers market in the context of Farm to Table?
    To provide a direct platform for farmers to sell their locally grown produce to consumers.
    To offer cooking classes and workshops on sustainable farming practices.
    To showcase farm animals and agricultural equipment to the public.
    To educate consumers about the benefits of genetically modified crops.
  • Q5

    What is the meaning of Mono-Crop Industrial Farming.

    Small local farms that grow whatever they want.

    Very large farms that grow huge amounts of one type of crop/food.

    Small farms that use many hands to grow a lot of food.

    Very large farms that grow lots of different types of crops/foods.

  • Q6
    What does the term 'Farm to Table' mean?
    A method of farming that involves growing crops on tabletops.
    A farming practice that prioritizes quantity over quality of food.
    A concept that emphasizes the direct sourcing and consumption of locally produced food.
    A style of cooking that focuses on table presentation.
  • Q7

    Which of the following images shows free-range chickens on a farm?

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  • Q8

    What do you believe it means to "Farm in Harmony with Nature"?

    Growing any crops you want whether they are part of your natural environment or not.

    When you try to grow crops and raise animals on a farm without hurting the natural world around your farm.

    Growing fruits or vegetables that can be made into musical instruments.

    Singing harmoniously with others while you harvest your crops.

  • Q9

    What role do the billions of microorganisms in the soil play in our food production process?

    Microorganisms break down dead organic materials in the soil and turn them into nutrients for new plants to use for their growth.

    Microorganisms travels millions of miles in clouds and then rain down on our farms and gardens.

    Microorganisms eat bugs and pests that attack our fruits and vegetables.

    Microorganisms use microscopes to study how foods grow.

  • Q10

    Why is it important to think about where our food comes from and how and where it is grown and produced?

    It's important to think about this because, if you get sick from foods that you eat, you can avoid them in the future.

    It's important the think about this because, if you eat clean, healthy food, harmoniously grown/produced foods, your body and the environment will benefit by being healthier too.

    It's important to think about this because, if you know more, you'll eat more.

    It's important to think about this because, if you know where your food comes from you can return it there more easily.


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