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Food and Farming Books

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Food and Farming Books

(some titles we love and recommend)

 

  • Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life. Kingsolver, Barbara. 
  • Omnivore‚Äôs Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. Pollan, Michael. 
  • New Roots of Agriculture. Wes Jackson 
  • Becoming Native.  Wes Jackson 
  • The Gift of Good Land. Wendell Berry 
  • What Are People For? Wendell Berry
  • The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture. Wendell Berry 
  • Living Downstream. Sandra Steingraber 
  • Our Stolen Future. Colborn, Dumanoski and Myers 
  • Family Farming. Marty Strange 
  • Epitaph for a Peach. Mas Masumoto 
  • Harvest Son. Mas Masumoto 
  • Restoring the Earth. Kenny Ausubel 
  • A Green History of the World. Clive Punting 
  • Dirt, The Ecstatic Skin of the Earth. William Bryant Logan 
  • Enduring Seeds. Gary Nabhan 
  • Forgotten Pollinators. Gary Nabhan 
  • Living The Good Life. Helen and Scott Nearing 
  • Second Nature. Michael Pollan 
  • Botany of Desire. Michael Pollan
  • The Future of Food. Michael Pollan
  • Noah's Garden. Sarah Stein 
  • Planting Noah's Garden. Sarah Stein 
  • The Contrary Farmer. Gene Logsdon 
  • The Road Back to Nature. Masanobu Fukuoka 
  • Closing the Food Gap: Resetting the Table in the Land of Plenty. Mark Winne
  • What to Eat. Marion Nestle
  • Eat Here: Reclaiming Homegrown Pleasures in a Global Supermarket. Brian Halweil
  • Hope's Edge: The Next Diet for a Small Planet. Lappe, Frances Moore and Anna
  • The Essential Agrarian Reader: The Future of Culture, Community and the Land. Ed. Norman Wirzba
 

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