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Women Who Dig

by Rebecca Foster

Farming runs in the family for Trina Moyles: her great-grandmother emigrated from Ireland to Saskatchewan in 1925 and took over the running of the family’s farm when her husband and son left to fight in the Second World War. Women’s... Read More

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A Wilder Time

by Rebecca Foster

Eighty percent of Greenland is covered by ice. That makes it an inhospitable setting, certainly, but it’s “a dream” for scientists, William E. Glassley writes. In "A Wilder Time", an account of the geologist’s research journeys,... Read More

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Fertile Edges

by Rebecca Foster

Maddy Harland is the editor of Britain’s Permaculture magazine, now celebrating its twenty-fifth year, as well as the cofounder of an associated eco-publishing company. "Fertile Edges", a chronological collection of her editorials for... Read More

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The Rights of Nature

by Diane Prokop

This compelling, thought-provoking book will be important for all those looking to protect the environment. At first glance, the problems of deforestation, factory farming, coral-reef decimation, and the extinction of animals seem... Read More

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