I have a confession to make. I have a Cargill connection. It’s a bit tenuous, but still, the connection is closer than I suspected. It’s put a face on that corporate giant called Cargill, that pervasive transport and ‘agricultural’ monolith which has swept across our Canadian and world landscape changing what and how we eat.
I'm Dianne Bersea, a person of many personalities and endeavors..., photographer, painter, illustrator, designer, thinker, visualizer, writer, sometimes iconoclast, and often frustrated communicator. This blog provides an outlet for all of the above. All images are mine.