Wendell Berry's "Sold" in The Atlantic
Blog Watch: "Wendell Berry and Agrarianism: A Theological Critique"

"The Mad Farmer: Wendell Berry’s Agrarian Poetic (Part 5)"

If communities are to form along the economies of nature, energy, and human spirit instead of the economy of money our country must learn and re-learn economic principles so that the earth, animals and humanity take more precedent in calculations than profits. The Mad Farmer encourages us to stop thinking about money and goods and to return to thinking about our communities and land.

via sustainabletraditions.com


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