"Stunning and enlightening." - A. Loeb, New York, NY
"This book is really several books in one. A lovely little book about a farm, with elegant
photographs, would have been impressive enough. Not only a beautifully written, moving
story of a family and farm, but a wonderful and informative work on the dynamics of locavore
eating and sustainable farming, well-researched and comprehensive, while remaining
completely readable and thoroughly understandable."
- F. Michael, New Milford, CT
Using essays, color photos and recipes, this book captures a year in the life of March Farm, a four-generation family farm in Bethlehem, Connecticut. The essays vary in tone as they follow the seasonal cycle of harvest, preparation, activity and fullness. Some essays offer up-close views of farming life, while others present a wider perspective on the politics of food and farming.
Book by Nancy McMillan with photos by Stuart Rabinowitz and Jack Huber.
Published by Whistling Hawk Press.
Price: $19.95 (CT: $21.22 with tax)
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