The Fatal Harvest Reader

Fatal Harvest Takes An Unprecedented Look At Our Current Ecologically Destructive Agricultural System And Offers A Compelling Vision For An Organic And Environmentally Safer Way Of Producing The Food We Eat It Gathers Together Than Forty Essays By Leading Ecological Thinkers Including Wendell Berry, Wes Jackson, David Ehrenfeld, Helena Norberg Hodge, Vandana Shiva, And Gary Nabhan Providing A Unique And Invaluable Antidote To The Efforts By Agribusiness To Obscure And Disconnect Us From The Truth About Industrialized Foods, It Demostrates That Industrial Food Production Is Indeed A Fatal Harvest Fatal To Consumers, Fatal To Our Landscapes, Fatal To Genetic Diversity, And Fatal To Our Farm Communities As It Exposes The Ecological And Social Impacts Of Industrial Agriculture S Fatal Harvest, Fatal Harvest Details A New Ecological And Humane Vision For Agriculture It Shows How Millions Of People Are Engaged In The New Politics Of Food As They Work To Develop A Better Alternative To The Current Chemically Fed And Biotechnology Driven System Designed To Aid The Movement To Reform Industrial Agriculture, Fatal Harvest Informs And Influences The Activists, Farmers, Policymakers, And Consumers Who Are Seeking A Safer And Sustainable Food Future.The Fatal Harvest Reader

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Fatal Harvest Reader
  • Andrew Kimbrell
  • English
  • 27 December 2018
  • 155963944X

10 thoughts on “The Fatal Harvest Reader

  1. says:

    Sadly disappointing.When I saw this book, I was excited to see something that finally went in to great detail on the environmental impact of industrial plant agriculture Large scale mono crop agriculture is something that needs to be addressed , but unfortunately this is overshadowed by all the attention given to industrial animal agriculture and worse, perhaps, is the false dichotomy in all of this While some article...

  2. says:

    The best sort of compendium of issues related to agricultural practices in the United States and how they effect eating habits and the environment Explanatory without being condescending, the articles also don t overwhelm the reader or beat them over the head One of thesensible in this category.

  3. says:

    Good book for most people who want to get a better understanding as to why industrial agriculture is The Fatal Harvest I would stress finding a simple source that can explain negative vs positive feedback loops In my edition my class found two articles where...

  4. says:

    This book is seriously depressing And it seems like a lot of their facts aren t backed up I d like to see the sources for the articles.

  5. says:

    Worthy read for the information it contains, though I think some of it is old and a little outdated but some of the essays aren t particularly well written and are difficult to follow.

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