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, June 2021 - Barn 8

June 2021 – Barn 8

This selection is quite different than our usual AgBookClub selections, and we hope that it will be an interesting variation from our normal reading schedule. Barn 8: A Novel*+ by Deb Olin Unferth is a fictional story of a plot to steal a million chickens in the dead of night. The fictional nature of this book should… Continue reading June 2021 – Barn 8

Book of the Month, May 2021 - This Blessed Earth

May 2021 – This Blessed Earth

We know that more than 90 percent of U.S. farms are family owned and operated, although there is a lot of misinformation regarding farm ownership and operation among the public non-farming community. May’s selection, This Blessed Earth: A Year in the Life of an American Family Farm*+ by Ted Genoways, should be an interesting take on the… Continue reading May 2021 – This Blessed Earth

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AgBookClub 2021 Selections

2020 may not have been what anyone expected, but it will soon be time to turn a new page into 2021. We know that the year will be off to a slow start in many places (thanks, COVID), but that doesn't mean AgBookClub has gone by the wayside - in fact, we're stronger than ever… Continue reading AgBookClub 2021 Selections

Book of the Month, June 2020 - Unnaturally Delicious

June 2020 – Unnaturally Delicious

AgBookClub's June selection, Unnaturally Delicious: How Science and Technology Are Serving Up Super Foods to Save the World, by Jayson Lusk, tackles the topic of how technology and agriculture can partner to address many of today's polarizing concerns about food. You might remember reading another title by Jayson Lusk, The Food Police, back in February 2018.… Continue reading June 2020 – Unnaturally Delicious