Eating in Place: Telling the Story of Local Foods

Eating In Place is a well-rounded look at the local foods movement, written by those who are directly involved in it—small niche farmers, chefs, a farmers' market organizer, and leaders of nonprofits who help bring it all together.

Stories include:

"Th[is] collection of about a dozen penetrating essays and an interview with renowned chef, Alice Waters, covers all the ways in which the goal of local food for local people is being pursued . . ." Gene Logsdon, author of The Mother of All Arts: Agrarianism and the Creative Impulse

"Here are stories of women and men, deeply connected to their land, growing food for their neighbors, in love with what they are doing, delightful stories told in their own words." Fred Kirschenmann, Distinguished Fellow, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture.


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