Cultivating a Movement: An Oral History of Organic Farming and Sustainable Agriculture on California's Central Coast
A synergistic web of visionary farmers, activists, educators, and researchers is transforming the food system in Central California and beyond. This anthology of 27 narratives is drawn from the first extensive oral history of organic and sustainable farming. It documents a multifaceted and interdependent community of change-makers who speak for themselves, offering a window into forty years of the dynamic history of a movement.
A complete, full text archive is available through the UCSC Library's website and includes an interview with Guillermo Payet, founder of LocalHarvest!
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