With much of the world’s farmland already degraded, ‘sustainability’ isn’t enough. Feeding the world’s billions requires regenerative agriculture which restores the soils we depend upon.
What does this book cover?
One Size Fits None: A Farm Girl’s Search for the Promise of Regenerative Agriculture is a criticism of the way ‘sustainability’ has become little more than an empty industry buzzword. It is also an exploration of the ways innovative farmers are striving to truly regenerate the land.
This book explores the stories of:
About the Author
Stephanie Anderson teaches at Florida Atlantic university. Born into a ranching background, she has been a journalist, a writer and a photographer in turn. Her work has been published by Kudzu House Quarterly, The Rumpus, The Chronical Review, Sweet and Grist Journal.
In One Size Fits None: A Farm Girl’s Search for the Promise of Regenerative Agriculture, she presents a must-reed book that appeals to anyone with career aspirations in the agri-foods industry.