Resilience, Issue 29 – A New Land Movement

October 2006

The theme of this issue is ‘A New Land Movement’ which farmer and author Peter Forbes describes as be-
ing focused on the critically important job of saving relationships along with saving places. As each contribu- tor suggests, we are entering a new era, one which heeds Wendell Berry’s instruction that “You can’t save the land without the people, to save either you have to save both.”

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