July 2021 Issue: 50th Anniversary Collectable
Acres U.S.A., The Voice of Eco-Agriculture, July 2021 | Issue #601 Copyright 2021, 68 pages
Urban Ag Queen
BY JILL HENDERSON
Karen Washington reflects on legacy of seeking social justice.
Field of Healing
BY ALLIE HYMAS
A U.S. Army veteran uses farm to help soldiers find regeneration.
BY MARY ANN LIESER
Closed-loop systems produce protein with minimal inputs.
BY HARRIET BEHAR
NOSB considers proposal to organic rules.
BY ANNELIESE ABBOTT
Atomic energy fails to revolutionize farming as promised.
VIEW FROM THE COUNTRY
Monthly musings from Acres U.S.A.’s editor.
Opinion: Glyphosate's Legacy
BY STEPHANIE SENEFF
Body of scientific evidence points to danger of ubiquitous herbicide.
News in brief from around the world on developments in food and farming.
TRANSITIONING: Going to California
BY NATHANAEL GONZALES-SIEMENS
Rodale Institute looks to transform farming in America’s salad bowl.
INTERVIEW: Doug Bierend
Doug Bierend gives a tour of the counter-cultural citizen scientists leading the fungi revolution.
FROM THE VAULT: Leah Penniman
A 2017 interview with urban farmer and activist, Leah Penniman.
We let you know when and where exciting eco-farming events are happening.
MEET AN ECO-FARMER
Get to know fellow innovative farmers putting ecologically correct production principles to work, resulting in profitable, sustainable operations.
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