Aug. 2021 - We Are the Weather, Book of the Month

August 2021 — We Are the Weather

August’s selection brings back one of our 2020 authors, Jonathan Safran Foer (you may remember the March 2020 read, Eating Animals). We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast*+ is a different topic than Eating Animals, but we expect it has the same investigative feel the author is known for. Here’s a quick summary of… Continue reading August 2021 — We Are the Weather

Book of the Month, July 2021 - The Good Food Revolution

July 2021 — The Good Food Revolution

The Good Food Revolution: Growing Health Food, People, and Communities*+ by Will Allen has been on both of your hosts’ To-Read lists, but hasn’t made it onto the official AgBookClub list today. We expect that this book touches on an important topic: what constitutes healthy food and how do we make sure everyone has enough of… Continue reading July 2021 — The Good Food Revolution

Book of the Month, Jan. 2021 - Hungry

January 2021 – Hungry

The first selection of the new year is a relatively new book, released summer 2020, on current food culture. Here’s a brief synopsis of what to expect from Hungry: Avocado Toast, Instagram Influencers, and Our Search for Connection and Meaning*+ by Eve Turow-Paul. We wait in lines around the block for scoops of cookie dough. We photograph… Continue reading January 2021 – Hungry

Book of the Month, Nov. 2020 - Lab Girl

November 2020 – Lab Girl

As a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up? Chances are, whatever it was sparked your curiosity. AgBookClub's November selection, Lab Girl by Hope Jahren, is a love letter to science, celebrating the passion, humility and curiosity that drive people to pay deep attention to their world. At AgBookClub, we're hoping… Continue reading November 2020 – Lab Girl

Book of the Month, Jan. 2020 - Food Bullying

Jan. 2020 – Food Bullying

The first selection of the new year is a new book from a familiar author. Food Bullying: How to Avoid Buying B.S.* by Michele Payn is a great read on food choices and the subsequent bullying has become common online by those who feel their choices are superior. Learn about the most targeted food choices and… Continue reading Jan. 2020 – Food Bullying