Our pioneering heros:
Berry, Wendell - The Unsettling of America; essays, poems
Carlston, Margaret (1861-1931), great-grandmother of Kathy Margaret Lindner
Fallon, Sally - Nourishing Traditions
Jackson, Wes - Becoming Native to this Place; founder/president The Land Institute
Kenner, Robert - director "Food Inc."
Petrini, Carlo - founder, Slow Food organization
Pollan, Michael - In Defense of Food; Omnivore's Dilemma; Food Rules; article Power Steer
Robinson, Jo - Why Grassfed is Best; Pasture Perfect; founder/director eatwild.com
Salatin, Joel - Salad Bar Beef, Sheer Ecstasy of being a Lunatic Farmer;
Schlosser, Eric - Fast Food Nation
"Standing into the Storm” is a heart story, made astronomically more poignant because it's true. This is the untold story about the integrity food movement -- the sheer passion and persistence required to bring healing food to the culture. Behind the scenes of every integrity food producer is a story of finding heart, not losing heart, filling hearts. Kathy Lindner captures the drama and soul of heritage food like an Indian Chief protecting his village from the Seventh Cavalry. Few people have the privilege of living out such conviction and care. As I read this nurturing story, wiping tears many times, my heart yearned for everyone who cares to immerse themselves in these pages. It speaks to your heart.
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