Population growth is putting pressure on America’s farmland

We are witnessing the dramatic loss of farmland in America. Plus, the farmland remaining is being degraded due to fragmentation, salinization, and/or topsoil erosion. This permanent loss of the means to produce food has been driven by our own population growth. What makes America unique among rapidly-growing countries is that our high growth in numbers is facilitated primarily through permissive immigration policies.

Congress should abide by the findings of President Clinton’s 1996 Population and Consumption Task Force, which concluded that reducing immigration levels is a necessary part of population stabilization and the drive toward sustainability.

We need leaders like you to change our nation’s course from the relentless trend of farmland loss. Please support efforts that would reduce America’s rapid population growth, namely legislation that would reduce immigration (e.g., stricter limits on chain migration).

Sincerely,

Greg Raven, Apple Valley, CA

P.S. Secure our borders. Stop all immigration. Stop importing refugees. Remove the illegals who are already in the country. Stop rewarding criminals, foreign or domestic. Wait 40 years before allowing immigrants and refugees again.

Greg Raven

Author: Greg Raven

I am deeply concerned about quality of life issues.