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The New Farmer’s Almanac, Volume IV


Foreword by Severine Von Tscharner Fleming

In the fourth volume of this loved publication, the Greenhorns’ diverse collaborators have created yet another delightful miscellany of writings and artwork–centered, this time round, on diversification, in all its forms. The New Farmer’s Almanac, Vol IV features essays and poems from dozens of farmers, ranchers, ecologists, educators, food bank managers, grocers, gardeners, and other actors and advocates bound by their care for the land, the food system, and the preservation of the natural world. 

There are folk stories, reports on the racial distribution of farmland, recipes for hickory nut milk and healing and foraged tea. Toolboxes for seed-saving, indigenous land repatriation, and creating liberated space. Advice from old-timers and insights from the new. Meditations on failure, loved crops, and the wisdom of farm dogs. Here are stories about leaving, and of returning home to work the land; essays on the geography of self-discovery; reflections on trauma, both climatic and personal; and some practical guidance for farmers. Add to this hundreds of unique images, from lost-and-found postcards to inked watersheds to sketches of refugee gardens.

Created by the Greenhorns, The New Farmer’s Almanac is a place for public thinking and proactive literary inquiry into the future we share on the land and at the table. Shifting practices is a team sport, and with its original artwork, historic photographs, moon charts, essays, reading lists, proposals, and old-time manifestos, this is just the compendium to inspire your own part in the mix.

About The Author

About Greenhorns

The Greenhorns is a grassroots organization made up of young farmers and a diversity of collaborators. Our mission is to recruit, promote, and support the new generation of young farmers. We do this by producing avant-garde programming, video, audio, web content, publications, events, and art projects that increase the odds for success and enhance the profile and social lives of America's young farmers.

Books By Greenhorns

Pages:352 pages
Book Art:Black-and-white illustrations throughout
Size: 6.5 x 8.5 inch
Publisher:Greenhorns
Pub. Date: December 7, 2018
Paperback: 9780986320521

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Paperback, 352 pages, $24.00

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