This book takes up where its predecessor, the award-winning Farming with the Wild, left off. Featuring a wide range of in-depth essays, articles, and other materials by such authors as Aldo Leopold, Wendell Berry, Michael Pollan, Fred Kirschenmann, and Daniel Imhoff, this book persuasively demonstrates that farm and ranch operations which coexist with wild nature are necessary to sustain biodiversity and beauty on the landscape. In fact, as this invaluable educational resource demonstrates, they are essential in the challenge of building sane, healthy, and hopeful human societies.
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About the Author
Daniel Imhoff is a writer, independent publisher, and homestead farmer whose work addresses food, farming, the environment, and design. Jo Ann Baumgarner is Executive Director of the Wild Farm Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing agricultural systems that support wild nature.