Hardcover, Bel Air, Maryland: Friends of the Land, 1946. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Sound binding. Clean, slightly tanned pages with light handling wear. Wrappers have light shelf wear. ; Contents: Introduction to the proceedings of the Ohio University Conference on Soil and Health. Legg, How it feels to starve. McIntylre, On being country-minded. Earl of Portsmouth, For a poet farmer. Bromfield, Romantic? So what? Pulver, The high cost of farming. Thompson, The wood famine. Hackney, Go to grass. Proceedings, continued: Soil to Psyche. (commentary on organics, declining soil fertility, healthy eating, soil macro and micronutrients and other related topics). Countrymen, books and papers, communications. Friends of the Land flourished briefly in the 1940s. It was an important voice for ecological agriculture in the immediate post-WWII period. 10" tall; 106 pages.
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