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Farm Together Now

Communities Across the U.S. Bringing Food and Ideas to Your Plate

By Amy Franceschini,and Daniel Tucker,Photographs by Anne Hamersky,Foreword by Mark Bittman

7 x 9 in; 192 pp;
color photographs throughout
Hardcover
November 2010
ISBN 9780811867115
ISBN10 0811867110

SKU# 9780811867115

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With interest in home gardening at an all-time high and concerns about food production and safety making headlines, Farm Together Now explores the current state of grassroots farming in the U.S. Part oral history and part treatise on food politic...
Farm Together Now


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Farm Together Now

With interest in home gardening at an all-time high and concerns about food production and safety making headlines, Farm Together Now explores the current state of grassroots farming in the U.S. Part oral history and part treatise on food politics, this fascinating project is an introduction to the many individuals who are producing sustainable food, challenging public policy, and developing community organizing efforts. With hundreds of photographs and a foreword from New York Times columnist Mark Bittman, Farm Together Now will educate, inspire, and cultivate a new wave of modern agrarians.

 

More Details

7 x 9 in; 192 pp;
color photographs throughout
Hardcover
November 2010
ISBN 9780811867115
ISBN10 0811867110

Amy Franceschini is an artist and designer living in San Francisco.

Daniel Tucker edited the biannual journal and discussion series AREA Chicago. He lives in Chicago.

Anne Hamersky is a San Francisco-based photographer.

Media Reviews

\"My favorite book of the season is Farm Together Now: A Portrait of People, Places, and Ideas for a New Food Movement, by Amy Franceschini and Daniel Tucker. It consists of interviews with a wide range of farmers (and activists) who you haven\'t heard of. Inspiring without being romantic in the least, it advances the whole conversation about sustainable agriculture and access.\" -- Michael Pollan, Grist.org

Grist2010-12-21 00:00:00