Many Hands Make a Farm

A Lifetime of Activism and Farming: “Many Hands Make a Farm” is a powerful memoir of two activists, Julie Rawson and Jack Kittredge, who spent decades living by their values, building an organic farm, and nurturing a community.

From Boston to the Farm: Their journey from community organizers to organic farming pioneers reflects a commitment to health, sustainability, and social justice.

Their story is a testament to living purposefully against mainstream norms.

A Family’s Evolution: Starting with a homestead, they developed the Many Hands Organic Farm, intertwining family life with environmental stewardship and community building.

Their narrative is a beacon for aspiring organic farmers and activists.

Leadership and Legacy: Through their work in farming and the National Organic Program, they’ve forged meaningful connections and led a movement, emphasizing the importance of bold decisions and community roots.

Inspirational and Uplifting: With alternating perspectives between Julie and Jack, this memoir is a tribute to original thinking and the joys of a life well-lived, resonating with fans of Thoreau to Wendell Berry.

Author: Jack Kittredge, Julie Rawson

Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing

ISBN: 9781645021971

Pages: 208

Country: UK  

Language: English  

Dimension: 6 x 9 inch