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Written by Jon Knapp on Thursday, February 28, 2013 on book review

As CCOF continues to celebrate our 40th anniversary, we reflect on the pioneers and innovators who have helped make organic what it is today. Our Santa Cruz home offers a diverse agricultural history rich with stories of unique individuals working towards a sustainable and healthy food system. Recently, Dr. Paul Lee of CCOF-certified member Homeless Garden Project published There is a Garden in the Mind: A Memoir of Alan Chadwick and the Organic Movement in California, offering a look at the work and life of pioneering organic gardener Alan Chadwick and his impact on organic agriculture and...
Written by Guest Blogger on Monday, November 19, 2012 on book review, CalCAN, policy

This book review was written by Renata Brillinger, California Climate and Agriculture Network. Part history text, part socio-political commentary and part call to action, Dan Imhoff’s new book offers something for everyone from the seasoned agriculture advocate to the newcomer on the food systems scene. “Food Fight: The Citizen’s Guide to the Next Food and Farm Bill,” published just a couple of months ago by Dan’s company Watershed Media, comes just as the federal debate over the 2012 Farm Bill is heating up. The book is divided into three sections: Why the Farm Bill Matters; Wedge Issues;...