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The author is the co-owner of Makaria Farm on Vancouver Island, BC The book profiles North American communities that are reviving local grain production to address food security, the economy and the environment. This book differs from the competition in that is includes practical, useful, inspiring information on how individuals can work together to learn about and grow grains. Winner of many creative writing awards, including the BC Arts Council Senior Fiction Award two years in a row. Founded and manages a successful community grain-growing project The book will offer practical advice for how other grain growers can develop a model suitable for their unique needs and resources Author is a double major in creative writing and English literature and her work has been published in Small Farm Canada and The Winnipeg Review. Author blogs at www.ayearofreskilling.com, a project where 15 women learn a new skill together each month, and at www.islandchef.ca and www.getfreshguide.com Intended audience includes: locavores, people interested in food security, growing food, environmental issues and community building, market gardeners and farmers who may be interested in starting a grain CSA.
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Heather McLeod is the co-owner of Makaria Farm and the cofounder of the successful community grain-growing project, Island Grains. She is a passionate believer in re-skilling and founder of the Renaissance Women, a group dedicated to personal empowerment through relearning basic skills. Heather has been published in Small Farm Canada, The New Quarterly, The Dalhousie Review and Room (of One’s Own), and she writes a regular farming column for The Winnipeg Review.Sarah Simpson is an award-winning Canadian journalist. She currently reports for the Cowichan Valley Citizen and her pieces have been syndicated in various major daily newspapers such as the Globe and Mail and the Vancouver Province. Her coverage of local issues such as the Island Grains project has been recognized in the Environmental Initiative and Community Service categories of the Canadian Community Newspapers Association’s Better Newspapers Competition Awards and the British Columbia & Yukon Community Newspapers Association Ma Murray Awards.
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