In my opinion, the “food and agriculture” section of the toolkit was the most interesting. Growing up, we never ate red meat in our household and always had a garden and compost in our backyard. As a child, I loved gardening and getting my rain boots on and squishing things up in our compost, but today I’ve learned, aside from enjoyment, the other purposes of these two things.
I’ve also seen how easy it is to maintain them and how accessible information on the internet is on how to, for example, start a compost. Also, I think that the idea of a “100 Mile Diet” is fascinating; generally where and how our food is acquired isn’t really something that crosses most people’s minds, but this part of the toolkit really got me thinking.