Ever since I have known what kale was, which in the suburbs was not my entire life, I have been able to march down to my local co-op or farmer’s market and buy a sizeable bunch for somewhere between 2 and 3 dollars.
This hasn’t changed.
Prices for farmers have, especially when it comes to land.
These two articles show just how much the price of farmland is rising. One is from historically expensive California. The other was written about Great Britain, where farmland prices have surpassed the cost of prime London real estate.