Life As a Locavore

Barbara Kingsolver talks about eating local on this week’s edition of Living on Earth. Here’s the blurb:

Barbara Kingsolver left life in the farm country of Kentucky in the 1970s to become educated as an evolutionary biologist. But what she didn’t know was that she would also become a best-selling novelist. You may know some of her titles: “The Poisonwood Bible” is one “Prodigal Summer” is another. Now she and her husband and daughter have a volume that documents how her family carried out a vow to eat only locally grown food for one year. The book is called Animal, Vegetable, Miracle; A Year of Food Life. Her family produced about seventy percent of what went on their table from their own farm in Virginia—everything from tomatoes to turkeys. Listen/read more.

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