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“If we don’t get sustainability right in agriculture first, it won’t happen anywhere.” – Wes Jackson, The Land Institute
THE BERRY CENTER 2021 FALL NEWSLETTER Friends, we hope you enjoy our new 2021 Fall Newsletter. Inside this edition you will find musings on wildflowers, interviews with neighbors, and of course, a fabulous taco recipe. Oh, and as always a little about the work of The Berry Center, program updates from all of our initiatives, and a few brief...
THE BERRY CENTER JOURNAL VOLUME FOUR - SUMMER 2021 Friends, We are pleased to share with you our latest publication, The Berry Center’s 2021 Annual Journal - Volume Four. We are deeply proud of this collection of work, which includes an interview with Wendell titled "We've Got To Start Here", an article by Mary Berry on “Real Homeland...
THE BERRY CENTER 2021 SPRING NEWSLETTER Friends, we hope you enjoy our new 2021 Spring Newsletter. While 2020 was a grind for us and everyone else, the emergent signs of spring bring us hope and comfort as we start the new year. Inside this edition you will find an interview with Tanya Amyx Berry about the work of rural women and the work of...
THE BERRY CENTER NEWSLETTER - FALL/WINTER 2020Friends, we are pleased to share with you the 2020 edition of our end of year newsletter. In typical fashion for this year, it is being released in the first weeks of 2021. We hope you will forgive our delay and enjoy the contents anyhow, which have no less import in January than they did in the...
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Working towards a full-time, tuition-free sustainable farming degree right here in Henry County, Kentucky, in our Wendell Berry Farming Program of Sterling College
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By Our Home Place Meat farmers, raising and processing the best livestock locally and humanely in a program based on the Burley tobacco cooperative model.