As industrial agriculture replaces men with machines, the American landscape loses its stewards, and the culture they built.
American agriculture's land "emergency," and how to solve it
“I knew that all the things we’d gathered there so many years would be scattered and gone. All that had held it together would come apart and be gone as if it never was.”
What Jarrat had in his life were sorrow, stubbornness, silence, and work. So when his sons needed him most, their daddy didn’t have much to offer.
She had rarely been sick, and never since she married. And now, also uncharacteristically she began to feel sorry for herself
Twenty-seven propositions about global thinking and the sustainability of cities