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22 Noteworthy Food and Farming Books for Summer Reading—and Beyond | Civil Eats

From cookbooks to calls to action, 2018 has brought a bounty of books to explore. Here are some of our favorites.

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The Inspiring Women Reshaping the Food System | Civil Eats

From farmworkers to podcasters, bakers to graziers, these women are reshaping the food system.

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Renewing a Vision for Rural Prosperity

Mary Berry, Wendell Berry’s daughter, and food policy advocate Debbie Barker show how the Burley Tobacco Growers Co-operative offers a model for rebuilding farmers’ livelihoods—and rural…

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Are Eaters the Key to Better Restaurant Wages and Working Conditions? | Civil Eats

From paying healthcare surcharges on bills to advocating for higher minimum wages, consumers may tip the scales in favor of sustainable restaurant labor.

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Are Eaters the Key to Better Restaurant Wages and Working Conditions?

From paying healthcare surcharges on bills to advocating for higher minimum wages, consumers may tip the scales in favor of sustainable restaurant labor.

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The Inspiring Women Reshaping the Food System

From farmworkers to podcasters, bakers to graziers, these women are reshaping the food system.

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Are Consumers the Key to Better Restaurant Wages and Working Conditions?

From paying healthcare surcharges on bills to advocating for higher minimum wages, consumers may tip the scales in favor of sustainable restaurant labor.

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The Man Who Fought Monsanto Will Leave a Lasting Legacy | Civil Eats

Dek: When Dewayne “Lee” Johnson was awarded $289 million for damages related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, he didn’t just triumph over Monsanto. He also may have created a path forward for thousands o...

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Brent Preston is Farming Sustainably for the Next Generation | Civil Eats

In his book ‘The New Farm,’ Preston shares his experience and wisdom for successful organic farming.

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The Man Who Fought Monsanto Will Leave a Lasting Legacy

Dek: When Dewayne “Lee” Johnson was awarded $289 million for damages related to non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, he didn’t just triumph over Monsanto. He also may have created a path forward for thousands o...

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Anthony Reyes: Building Dignity for the Homeless Through Farming

The farm manager at the Homeless Garden Project in Santa Cruz, Reyes approaches agricultural systems from a justice lens.

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Why the Midwest's Food System is Failing | Civil Eats

The heavily agricultural states in the middle of the country aren't actually feeding their people. But the 2018 Farm Bill offers an opportunity to change that.

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