4 edition of Rooted in the Land found in the catalog.
October 30, 1996 by Yale University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||William Vitek (Editor), Wes Jackson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||302|
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3: "The connection between human communities and place is not unique to rural areas, but here one can be certain that the land is not mere scenery and hiking trail, or resources in need of extraction/5. Buy Rooted in the Land () (): Essays on Community and Place: NHBS - William Vitek, Wes Jackson, Yale University PressPrice Range: £ - £ Rooted in the Land: Essays on Community and Place and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Rooted in the Land Book Description: Although contemporary society seems to promote the values of individualism and mobility, this engrossing book is dedicated to Rooted in the Land book notion that human lives are enriched by participation in a social community that is integrated into the natural landscape of a particular place.
In his book Rooted, Banning takes the enormous fruit of his own life and puts it directly into the hands of each reader, practically walking you into a life so rooted in intimacy and wisdom, it can thrive in every season.” —Christa Black Gifford, speaker, Rooted in the Land book, and author of /5().
Rooted in the land is enormously helpful in understanding the history of rural life. It also explains the dynamics of rural-urban relations and the toll taken upon rural life by the extracting economic resources from rural communities by corporations/5(6).
Wes Jackson is director and cofounder of the Land Institute in Salina, Kansas, and recent recipient of a Pew Conservation Scholars award and a MacArthur Fellowship. He is currently engaged in revitalizing Matfield Green, an abandoned farm community in Kansas.
Summary: This book is dedicated to the notion that human lives are enriched by participation in a social community that is integrated into the natural landscape of a particular place.
The writers explore the loss of community, the philosophical foundations of communities, Amish communities, and the current renewal of community life.
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The extraordinary farmers Lisa Hamilton profiles in Deeply Rooted embody the future of American agriculture. — Alice Waters In a time when agribusiness and the global economy are making the rules, and when most people of the land are striving to be obedient, these people have had the courage to use their own intelligence in their own places.
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