McFadden: Farms can be cornerstones for communities

The Country Today, a newspaper based in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, published a nice story this week about the keynote talk I gave there in Early December. My talk was titled “Awakening Community Intelligence: CSA Farms as 21st Century Cornerstones.” Here’s a link to the story. Read more »

Community Farmers Convene in America’s Heartland

For dozens of reasons, it’s time to convene in America’s heartland a conference of farmers involved in Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA). Thanks to the artful community collaboration of 15 farm organizations* – anchored by the Wisconsin Farmers Union – just such a gathering will happen December 3-4, 2015, in Eau Claire, Wisconsin: The Midwest CSA Conference: […] Read more »

A message for this moment: Awakening Community Intelligence

I’m pleased to announce publication of my new book, Awakening Community Intelligence: CSA Farms as Community Cornerstones. Both print and eBook editions are now available on Amazon.com. Over the last decades many thousands of people in all parts of the world have come to recognize in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) a vehicle for approaching land, food, labor, […] Read more »

Coming soon: My new book on CSA Farms

I’m pleased to announce that I’ve finished writing a new book, and that it’s coming soon. All the details will be announced on this blog. Over the last decades many thousands of people in all parts of the world have come to recognize in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) a vehicle for approaching land, food, labor, […] Read more »

No No Nano: Community Food as Firewall

On one of my other blogs, The Call of the Land, I’ve just published the following story. To read the rest just follow the link. – Steven M.   No No Nano: My Macro-Objections to Micro-Machinations of Industrial Processed Food “To be interested in food but not in food production is clearly absurd.” – Wendell Berry Steadily, […] Read more »