10 thoughts on “Fields That Dream: Journey to the Roots of Our Food

  1. Hedgebrook Hedgebrook says:

    Publisher Comments Fields That Dream explores the lives of refugees, immigrants, former chefs, insurance brokers, and union organizers who are now small scale sustainable farmers Each chapter of the book combines the story of a farmer who sells at a successful farmers market with a social cultural history of agriculture in the United States Although based in Seattle, the farmer s stories resonate on a national level as they speak about expansion and conventional agriculture Ultimately, F


  2. Ethicurean Reads Ethicurean Reads says:

    Portraits of refugees, immigrants, former chefs, insurance brokers, and union organizers who are now small scale sustainable farmers Each chapter combines the story of a farmer who sells at a successful farmers market with a social cultural history of agriculture in the United States.


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