The Organic Farming Revolution: Past, Present, Future
The organic farming revolution that has swept the country over the past decades can trace much of its origins to the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, which is celebrating fifty years in 2021. Reviewing the journey in organic farming of the past half-century and looking forward to new challenges and opportunities, The Organic Farming Revolution presents a collection of essays by prominent individuals involved in MOFGA’s evolution as a leader in the organic movement as well as important voices in national discussions about sustainability, food resources, soil preservation, young farmers, and the intersection of organic farming and human health.
Featuring essays by:
Sarah Alexander, Eli Berry, Wendell Berry, John Bunker, Eliot Coleman, Barbara Damrosch, Barry Dana, Niaz Dorry, Jean English, Severine von Tscharner Fleming, Jean-Martin Fortier, Rowen Gorman, Sam Hayward, Elizabeth Henderson, Amber Lambke, Muhidin Libah, Russell Libby, Karyn Lie-Nielsen, Kirsten Lie-Nielsen, Mort Mather, Daniel Mays, Kathleen Merrigan, Nicolette Hahn Niman, Leah Penniman, Chellie Pingree, John Piotti, Abby Rockefeller, Bonnie Rukin, Beth Schiller, Barton Seaver, Eric Sideman, Deb Soule, Rowen White and Ian Yaffe
- Pages: 272
- Format: Paperback
- Size: 7.57 x 0.56 x 9.33 inches