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Author Berry, Wendell, 1934-
Title Bringing it to the table : on farming and food / Wendell Berry ; introduction by Michael Pollan.
Imprint Berkeley : Counterpoint : Distributed by Publishers Group West, c2009.
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 Main Collection  S441 .B472 2009    AVAILABLE


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Call # S441 .B472 2009
Phys. Description xvi, 234 p. ; 23 cm.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Nature as a measure -- Stupidity in concentration -- Agricultural solutions for agricultural problems -- A defense of the family farm -- Let the farm judge -- Energy in agriculture -- Conservationist and agrarian -- Sanitation and the small farm -- Renewing husbandry -- Seven Amish farms -- A good farmer of the old school -- Charlie Fisher -- A talent for necessity -- Elmer Lapp's place -- On The soil and health -- Agriculture from the roots up -- Author's note -- From That distant land -- From Hannah Coulter -- From Andy Catlett -- From "Misery" -- From The memory of Old Jack -- From Jayber Crow -- From Hannah Coulter -- The pleasures of eating.
Summary Long before organic produce was available at your local supermarket, Wendell Berry was farming and writing with the purity of food in mind. For the last five decades, he has embodied mindful eating through his land practices and his writing. In recognition of Berry's influence, Michael Pollan offers an introduction to this new collection. "To read the essays in this sparkling anthology," he writes, "many of them dating back to the 1970s and 1980s, is to realize just how little of what we are saying and hearing today Wendall Berry hasn't already said, bracingly before." This compendium joins today's bestsellers as essential reading for all who care about what they eat.
Local Note J.V. Morsch Center for Social Justice request
Subject Agriculture -- United States.
Family farms -- United States.
Farmers -- United States -- Anecdotes.
Local foods -- United States.
Sustainable agriculture -- United States.
ISBN 9781582435435 (pbk.)
158243543X