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The environment is a concern to every thinking person. We try and use a lot of natural dyes, minimize the use of styrofoam and plastics in packaging, we only use natural materials in our products -- even the backing of a cushion will be silk -- and I don't use polyester in anything at Good Earth.

The environment is a concern to every thinking person. We try and use a lot of natural dyes, minimize the use of styrofoam and plastics in packaging, we only use natural materials in our products -- even the backing of a cushion will be silk -- and I don't use polyester in anything at Good Earth.

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Food, land and culture are intertwined. This internationally acclaimed book takes us on a stirring photographic journey through five continents to remote traditional farming communities, into the stark fields of industrial agriculture and to the rebirth of small scale organic farms around the world.

Armed with a farmer's curiosity and a photographer's eye, over a period of seven years, author Michael Ableman visited farmers in small villages in southern China, the Peruvian Andes, the mountains of central Africa, and the American Southwest seeking out cultures and individuals who grow food in ways to support their communities and care for the land.
The rich images and text challenge us to participate - in the marketplace, in our kitchens and in our own backyards.

This sumptuous and timely book is for everyone who enjoys good food and the bounty of the earth.

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India seems to be losing its traditions and crafts, Indians are caring less and less about the loss. Do you think Good Earth is reeducating people somewhat?

India seems to be losing its traditions and crafts, Indians are caring less and less about the loss. Do you think Good Earth is reeducating people somewhat?