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By Jason Fowler on 07/03/2011
FRESH is a brilliant movie for bringing the conversation about our food system into local view. Hosting a local viewing with a question and answer time featuring local food producers from your community is a first step in understanding why these issues matter to a whole-life Christian faith…
Posted in Features, Food & Agriculture, Voice of One Calling | Tagged agriculture, christian faith, faith and food, film, foodie films, industrial agriculture, Joel Salatin, local food, local food movement, Media, movie, rethinking agriculture, Whole-life Christian faith, Will Allen | 2 Responses
By Thomas Turner on 01/26/2011
“A man who is in the traditional sense a good farmer is husbandman and husband, the begetter and conserver of the earth’s bounty, but he is also…a nurturer of life. His work is domestic: he is bound to the household…the household is the microcosm of all community.
Posted in Features, Food & Agriculture | Tagged agrarian, Christian agrarian, Community and Ecclesia, Consumerism, culture, culturemaking, family, farming, household, industrial agriculture, intellectual agrarian, local, local culture, Mad Farmer, marriage, place, poetry, society, Sustainable Agriculture, Sustainable Living, Wendell Berry | Leave a response