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Agriculture; United States

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  • A Revolution Down on the Farmby Paul K. Conkin

    The University Press of Kentucky 2008; US$ 22.50

    Agriculture is the most fundamental of all human activities. Today, those who till the soil or tend livestock feed a world population of approximately 6.5 billion. Fifty years ago, the planet could not have sustained such a large population, and according to present projections, farmers will have to feed nine billion people by 2050. The greatest agricultural... more...

  • The Agrarian Visionby Paul B. Thompson

    The University Press of Kentucky 2010; US$ 40.00

    As industry and technology proliferate in modern society, sustainability has jumped to the forefront of contemporary political and environmental discussions. The balance between progress and the earth's ability to provide for its inhabitants grows increasingly precarious as we attempt to achieve sustainable development. In The Agrarian Vision:... more...

  • Consulting the Genius of the Placeby Wes Jackson

    Counterpoint 2011; US$ 22.95

    Locavore leaders such as Alice Waters, Michael Pollan, and Barbara Kingsolver all speak of the need for sweeping changes in how we get our food. A longtime leader of this movement is Wes Jackson, who for decades has taken it upon himself to speak for the land, to speak for the soil itself. Here, he offers a manifesto toward a conceptual revolution:... more...

  • Financing Our Foodshedby Carol Peppe Hewitt

    New Society Publishers 2013; US$ 19.95

    Bringing money home - real people and real stories from the slow money movement more...

  • Why David Sometimes Winsby Marshall Ganz

    Oxford University Press, USA 2009; US$ 16.99

    Preface. 1. Introduction: How David Beat Goliath. 2. Beginnings: Immigrants, Radicals, and the AFL (1900-1959). 3. New Opportunities, New Initiatives: (1959-1962). 4. A Storm Gathers: Two Responses (1963-1965). 5. The Great Delano Grape Strike (1965-1966). 6. Meeting the Counter-Attack (1966). 7. Launching a New Union (1966-1967). Epilogue. Appendix.... more...

  • The Social Risks of Agricultureby RONALD WIMBERLEY; CRAIG HARRIS; JOSEPH MOLNAR

    ABC-CLIO 2002; US$ 139.00

    In a vast society where environmentally conscious nonfarming voters and consumers have grown to greatly outnumber those directly engaged in agriculture, what happens in agriculture becomes increasingly subject to control by the general society, as policies and laws cater to constituents and consumers. This book provides an overview of how Americans... more...

  • Mississippi Harvestby Nollie W. Hickman

    University Press of Mississippi 2009; US$ 30.00

    In this classic work of Mississippi history, Nollie W. Hickman relates the felling of great. forests of longleaf pine in a southern state where lumbering became a mighty industry. Mississippi Harvest records the arduous transportation of logs to the mills, at first by. oxcart and water and later by rail. It details how the naval stores trade flourished.... more...

  • Dust Bowlby Donald Worster

    Oxford University Press, USA 2004; US$ 16.99

    In the mid 1930s, North America's Great Plains faced one of the worst man-made environmental disasters in world history. Donald Worster's classic chronicle of the devastating years between 1929 and 1939 tells the story of the Dust Bowl in ecological as well as human terms. Now, twenty-five years after his book helped to define the new field... more...

  • Dispossessionby Pete Daniel

    The University of North Carolina Press 2013; US$ 52.50

    Dispossession: Discrimination against African American Farmers in the Age of Civil Rights more...

  • Deeply Rootedby Lisa M. Hamilton

    Counterpoint 2009; US$ 25.00

    A century of industrialization has left our food system riddled with problems, yet for solutions we look to nutritionists and government agencies, scientists and chefs. Lisa M. Hamilton asks: Why not look to the people who grow our food? Hamilton makes this vital inquiry through the stories of three unconventional farmers: an African-American dairyman... more...