Meet the 30 exceptional Women of Farmer Jane. This is a celebration of all women that vote for sustainability every time they shop, eat, farm, and advocate for change.
An anthology of women's writings from around the world about the movement to change the current industrial paradigm of how we grow our food. An argument for reclaiming traditional methods of agricultural practice to secure a healthy, nourishing future for all of us.
Capitalism vs. The Climate, and why the climate crisis challenges us to abandon “free market” ideology. Climate Change as a catalyst to transform our broken economic and cultural priorities, and to heal historical wounds. Inspiring movements that have already begun this process. Paperback.
A concise examination of the environmental effects of dietary choice. Straightforward exploration of the environmental effects of animal agriculture, fishing, hunting, and animal advocacy. Solutions and nearly 80 graphs and summary slides. Hardback.
A bible for feminist and progressive animal rights activists and the vegan community. An important and provocative work that inspires and enrages readers across the political spectrum. Both thoughtful and thought-provoking.
A strong rebuttal to having less power as we age. What could be wiser than choosing a lifestyle that brings compassion, vibrant health, and a vast, delicious cuisine -- plus a new sense of purpose, and a new experience of power to affect change.
Courageous and gripping personal narratives from women who have personally explored links of oppression between human beings and nonhuman animals. Sister Species demonstrates with painful clarity why every activist must be on board with other social justice concerns.
An inspiring book about why our middle class is under siege, and how we can win the fight to save it! Elizabeth Warren has had enough of phony promises and a government that no longer serves its people—she won’t sit down, she won’t be silenced, and she will fight back. 20% Off. Hardback.
Flight Behavior takes on one of the most contentious subjects of our time: climate change. A restless farm wife encounters a cautionary miracle that sparks a raft of other explanations from scientists, religious leaders, and the media. A truth that could undo all she has ever believed.
52 activities to help you and your kids discover the wonders of nature. Promotes exploration, stimulates imagination, and heightens a child's sense of wonder. Ages 4 to 8.
A homeless cat stumbles upon, and comes to live, on an organic Northern California farm. Science concepts and activities at the end of the book. Ages 3 and up. Great for Green Kids. Paperback.
The true story of Wangari Maathai, environmentalist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. Printed on 100% recycled paper.
"My book’s intent is to enable us to see people in all walks of life penetrating the spiral of despair and reversing it with new ideas, innovation and courage."
Pema Chödrön teaches that fear-based clinging keeps us from the more satisfying experience of being fully alive. “Three Commitments” provide a wealth of wisdom for learning to step right into the river. Paperback.
The choices we make about how we put food on our plates, and what we do with the waste, contribute as much as one third of total greenhouse-gas emissions. Diet for a Hot Planet is a call to action for readers and eaters committed to healing the planet.
A holistic vision of healing that honors our connection to the earth, others, and ourselves. Traces the roots of the matter/spirit split in contemporary science and medicine. Practical tools for self-examination, and methods for expanding awareness.
Lesbian Culture at MichFest. How we build culture, home, family, and sacred traditions. 5-year ethnographic study of Amazon Consciousness. Second Edition. Paperback.
"One of the most important books I've ever read." Alice Walker. Religious traditions, cultures and archeological sources from all over the world and throughout history to recreate the Goddess religion that is our ancient heritage.
“Because I did not, could not inhabit my body or the Earth, I could not feel or know their pain.” As Eve is diagnosed with uterine cancer, she connects her own illness to the devastation of the earth, her life force to the resilience of humanity, she is finally, fully—and gratefully—joined to the body of the world.