Organic Revolutionary: A Memoir of the Movement for Real Food, Planetary Healing, and Human Liberation

Grace Gershuny was a principal author of the USDA s first proposed National Organic rule, and left the National Organic Program staff shortly before the final rule was published The story of this process, which consumed much of her life for five years, is interwoven here with the story of her movement along her own personal timeline before, during, and after this arduousGrace Gershuny was a principal author of the USDA s first proposed National Organic rule, and left the National Organic Program staff shortly before the final rule was published The story of this process, which consumed much of her life for five years, is interwoven here with the story of her movement along her own personal timeline before, during, and after this arduous federal process It s the story of how the organic revolution became rooted well before the federal government cared to notice, and the personal, political, and practical struggles that ensued in the heroic effort to move it beyond farmers markets and into supermarkets.
Organic Revolutionary A Memoir of the Movement for Real Food Planetary Healing and Human Liberation Grace Gershuny was a principal author of the USDA s first proposed National Organic rule and left the National Organic Program staff shortly before the final rule was published The story of this proc

  • Title: Organic Revolutionary: A Memoir of the Movement for Real Food, Planetary Healing, and Human Liberation
  • Author: Grace Gershuny
  • ISBN: 9780997232721
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. The Myths and Hopes of the Organic MovementA review of Organic Revolutionary, A memoir of the movement for real food, planetary healing, and human liberation, by Grace Gershuny. (2017). Second Edition. In this elegant and informative book, Grace glides between her personal and professional life as well as historical events to tell her journey of creating the organic standards for the National Organic Program (NOP). However, this book isn’t simply an historical context of the organic movement. [...]

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