Book of the Month, Feb. 2020 - Eating NAFTA

Feb. 2020 – Eating NAFTA

Trade has been a huge topic in the U.S. over the last couple of years. Trade also has a huge impact on U.S. agriculture. But how do trade agreements impact the everyday lives of citizens on both sides of the agreement? February's AgBookClub pick, Eating NAFTA: Trade, Food Policies, and the Destruction of Mexico* by… Continue reading Feb. 2020 – Eating NAFTA

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

Book of the Month

Dec. 2019 – The Dirty Life

"When Kristin Kimball left New York City to interview a dynamic young farmer named Mark, her world changed. On an impulse, she shed her city self and started a new farm with him on five hundred acres near Lake Champlain. The Dirty Life is the captivating chronicle of the couple's first year on Essex Farm, from the… Continue reading Dec. 2019 – The Dirty Life

Nov. 2019 - The American Way of Eating

Nov. 2019 – The American Way of Eating

Thanksgiving is a huge American tradition in most households and is coming up soon. What better way to celebrate an American, food-centric holiday than by talking about food this month? November's AgBookClub selection, The American Way of Eating: Undercover at Walmart, Applebee's, Farm Fields, and the Dinner Table, by Tracie McMillan, explores the American food… Continue reading Nov. 2019 – The American Way of Eating

Book of the Month, Oct. 2019 - Unsavory Truth

Oct. 2019 – Unsavory Truth

It seems that every month we hear about the miracle food we should be eating or the staple food we should avoid for various health reasons. The news reports a new study one month that we should be drinking two cups of coffee per day to decrease the risk of liver disease or Parkinson's, but… Continue reading Oct. 2019 – Unsavory Truth

Book of the Month, Sept. 2019 - Grain Dust Dreams

Sept. 2019 – Grain Dust Dreams

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… Continue reading Sept. 2019 – Grain Dust Dreams

Aug. 2019 - Dream Differently, Book of the Month

August 2019 – Dream Differently

Are your dreams limiting your potential? As Millennials in the United States, we (your hosts) were born into an era of peace - one of the longest peacetimes in American history, in fact. Peacetime generally means prosperity, and the United States job market has exploded with opportunities in the time since our parents and grandparents… Continue reading August 2019 – Dream Differently