I envision a future where farming is done in a more sustainable manner, improving the quality of the soil and therefore the quality of the food, as everyone has the right to access good, nutrient-rich food produced from sustainable farming. In this future, farmers and the general population will be educated about sustainable farming and its link to our health as well as the health of the planet through school and free classes anyone can attend in community centres. There will also be more restrictions on the usage of pesticides, where farms that overuse them are fined, encouraging less use and potentially increasing the farmer's desire to switch over to more sustainable farming. Additionally, the will government step in to provide substantial financial aid over several years to farmers attempting to change their farms into sustainable one, a process which takes years to achieve. This will allow farmers to feel less burdened by the costs of change and will be more willing to switch over to this type of sustainable farming, as it is better for the long run. As more farms become sustainable, the quality of the food produced will improve, resulting in better nutrients provided to those who consume it. Moreover, sustainable farming will increase the quality of the top soil and its ability to absorb water, resulting in a decrease in soil erosion, runoff, and floods, which are all devastating and can significantly disrupt the production of food.