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The Speckled Beauty: A Dog and His People

Highly recommended for readers who would enjoy an Appalachian Marley and Me where the dog doesn’t die. Bookstores and libraries should anticipate enormous demand.

Organic Food and Farming: A Reference Handbook

McIntyre’s presentation of this complex subject combines authentic expertise with clear, objective communication for a nonexpert audience. Invaluable for new and advanced students of U.S. agriculture, business, and society.

A Conversation with Erin Benzakein, author of ‘Floret Farm’s Discovering Dahlias’


Lawns into Meadows: Growing a Regenerative Landscape

Particularly suited for both beginner and intermediate gardeners looking for a practical guide to getting started with transforming their lawns into meadows.

How To Grow Your Dinner: Without Leaving the House

Ratinon generates enthusiasm about raising vegetables, edible flowers, mushrooms, and microgreens, either indoors or on balconies and windowsill in this useful resource for gardeners wishing to explore growing food within a restricted space.

American Hemp Farmer: Adventures and Misadventures in the Cannabis Trade

An essential book for the aspiring hemp farmer, there is much to consider here for anyone interested in organic farming, drug policy, and community organizing.

Going to the Dogs | Science & Technology, Sept. 2019

Allowed To Grow Old: Portraits of Elderly Animals from Farm Sanctuaries

Leshko’s profiles show these nonhuman animals as their own beings rather than as commodities. Readers will be hard pressed not to consider that message in examining the food and products they consume.

Present and Future | Social Science Previews, Sept. 2017

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