What we’re reading: The New Farmer’s Almanac
The publisher’s description says it all:
“There are folk stories, reports on the racialized distribution of farmland, recipes for hickory nut milk and foraged teas. Toolboxes for seed-saving, indigenous land repatriation, and creating liberated space. Advice from old-timers and insights from the new. Meditations on failure, loved crops, and the wisdom of farm dogs. Here are stories about leaving, and of returning home to work the land; essays on the geography of self-discovery; reflections on trauma, both climatic and personal; and some practical guidance for farmers. Add to this hundreds of unique images, from woodcuts to inked watersheds to fine and historic photographs.”
Think Global. Act Local.
Farm Arts Collective is working locally to help share your stories, your neighbor’s advice, and your neighbor’s neighbor’s tips and techniques. Join us today!