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This book will be the one that changes how you see the world, it did for me.
Very well written this book tells it like it is in no uncertain terms that the choices we make are either the world a better place or making it worse.
Supply and demand will, I hope, pressure farmers to change their way of growing food.
This book is scientifically grounded. Both scary and hopeful at the same time, it tells you why you need to help dirt and how to do it.Published 4 months ago by HYBS
Great writing and very understandable. Maria Rodale uses clear logic to explain why organic food is better for our health, our earth, and our economy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Katherine M. Kendall
I purchased this book it to learn about gardening ranted about environmental issues. Felt like I wasted my time. Didn't read it.Published 8 months ago by ForeverCreative
I put off getting this book, and when I finally did get it, couldn't put it down. Good job by the author whose family has always contributed to the organic way of farming.Published 10 months ago by Okwhatnow7006
i recommend this book for anyone who has an interest in knowing why they should consider buying organics or why not to. Depending on which side of the coin your on. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dirk Walden
This book is very well written and researched. The author makes the case for every farmer to take a step back and realize what they are doing to the environment and thei land. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eugene J. Myers
This is a life changing book! A must read for everyone. It made me a believer that Organic can save our country and solve so many of our problems.Published 13 months ago by Allison Taffe
This is a must read for anyone interested in organic food and what is happening with our food supply today.Published 15 months ago by mike salinero
I was disappointed to find that there was little original research in this book: only some very basic information from a few other books, nothing new. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Steve Henderson