Have you ever looked at something that you see multiple times per day and have since taken for granted and suddenly asked yourself one day what actually happens inside those walls?
September’s AgBookClub pick, Grain Dust Dreams by David W. Tarbet explores just that. We see grain elevators every day and have long since stopped wondering about how they work and how they came to be. And why are they called “elevators” anyway? And BONUS: It’s a short read!
Here’s what you need to do this month:
Get the book. Buy it, borrow it, download and listen to it, read it over your neighbor’s shoulder — we don’t care. But don’t steal the book.
Read the book.
- Week 1: Chapters 1 – 3 [pages 1 – 28] (Twitter chat on 9/4)
- Week 2: Chapters 4 – 5 [pages 29 – 48] (Twitter chat on 9/11)
- Week 3: Chapters 6 – 7 [pages 49 – 72] (Twitter chat on 9/18)
- Week 4: Chapters 8 – 9, Afterward [pages 73 – 98] (Twitter chat on 9/25)
Join the chat (#AgBookClub) on Wednesdays at 8:00pm Central on Twitter. Learn how to participate in a Twitter chat here. While we hope you can participate in our discussion every week, we know that everyone has busy schedules. We always include general questions following the topic(s) of the book that can be answered by anyone, so please don’t hesitate to jump in the Twitter chat if you didn’t have a chance to read the section we’re discussing. We welcome any and all to join the discussion!