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  • Stacey Van Veen

    I love Bill McKibben!! Get a copy today!

  • Danielle Lombardi

    Written by Bill McKibben an awesome environmentalist demonstrates how smaller and local food systems are more healthy and sustainable than opposed to our current bloated and wasteful food chain we have in place now. Climate change is happening and changing agricultural patterns that will be our undoing. A little dramatic in my opinion but still another great perspective on our environment, food chain and actual solutions to these problems.

  • Cheryl Sarlund

    Scary book - but must read!

  • Patrick Groneman

    Eaarth by Bill McKibbin

  • Barbara Nelson

    Great environmental book!

  • Danielle Shaw

    Should be required reading, if you ask me.

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