Two leaders in environmental thought influenced by the writings of Liberty Hyde Bailey continue to inspire. Parts of Bailey’s classic The Holy Earth can be found in Wendell Berry’s What Are People For?: Essays. Aldo Leopold’s classic A Sand County Almanac furthered Bailey’s idea of how one is to live with their environment. Great reads and food for thought. What would you recommend?
This Morning Edition series takes you to America’s farmers markets and roadside stands for a sample of what’s growing on its farms, in its gardens and across the countryside.
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