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Changing the climate : with the seeds we sow

Jason, Dan (author.). Lyn, Alice, 1958- (illustrator.).

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  • ISBN: 9780995328648
  • ISBN: 0995328641
  • Physical Description: print
    80 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • Edition: New enlarged edition.
  • Publisher: Comox, British Columbia : Watershed Sentinel, 2020.

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Summary, etc.: "The plants in the book are nutritious, energizing, time-tested, earth-friendly and beautiful. Yet most of us don't see them at all. Despite such a powerful heritage of plant-based foods, we have chosen to produce, process and transport what we eat in ways that create planetary upheaval and destruction. It's time we got off our current agricultural track to pursue an easier, safer and more sustainable path. As individuals and community, we can help change a suicidal system by making conscious food choices every day. We can indeed change the climate on the earth with the seeds we sow."--
Subject: Permaculture
Sustainable agriculture
Climate change mitigation
Agriculture -- Environmental aspects
Gardening -- Environmental aspects
Urban agriculture
Urban gardening
Food supply

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