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Farmer Jane by Temra Costa
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Mar 21, 2012

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Read from March 21 to 30, 2012

This book profiles 30 women working in the food system- as writers, farmers, activists, restauranteurs etc. It also has end sections on things a person can do, whether they are an eater, farmer or food business. It was a good book and well done, but it's not a book that I want to read in one sitting. I think it's one that is best to read in little bits.

Interesting if you're into this sort of thing. There are also some American food policy things that I'm not familiar with, but that's a common occurrence when one is a Canadian.

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message 1: by Tamara (new)

Tamara Taylor Worth the read?

Alexis Mmm. You've probably read a lot of stuff about/by these people. I wouldn't necessarily recommend buying it, but if you could borrow it from the library it might be interesting to look at. You know a lot more about this stuff than the average reader.

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Tamara Taylor Worth the read?

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