The New Farmer's Almanac, Vol V

The New Farmer's Almanac, Vol V

by Josiah Meldrum 1 Comment

US organisation 
Greenhorns
 publishes a journal called The New Farmer’s Almanac biennially. They describe it as:⁣
“Each Almanac focuses on the most fascinating and relevant issues in evolving agricultural technology, food systems, agroecology, politics, and innovations in sustainability.”⁣
It really is packed full of wonderful writing and illustration about the culture and practice of farming and living on the land. ⁣
With a mission to drive agrarian change in America from the grassroots, Greenhorns offers practical support and a voice for those who want to farm ecologically - importantly it also creates a cultural space for agroecology. From a U.K. perspective they’re a kind of hybrid of the communication, advocacy, practical training, networking and cultural work organisations like
Do have a look at the Greenhorns website and pick up a copy of the New Farmer’s Almanac (available from UK booksellers). ⁣
(Also... we’re very proud to feature in Volume 5 in an article written by Dark Mountain editor Charlotte Du Cann.)
New Farmer's Almanac Vol V - Beans, Peas, Quinoa



Josiah Meldrum
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Pol Mac diarmadaT
Pol Mac diarmadaT

May 31, 2021

Thanks for sharing a window of hope in a world that seems to be heading to oblivion

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