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Food Justice Book Club

Food Justice Book Club was organized by the Pierce County Gleaning Project and read fiction, nonfiction, and memoir around the topics of food justice, gleaning, and food security. If you have questions or wish to resurrect the book club, please email sweet pea.       

Previous Reads:

August 2014: Organic, Inc by Samuel Fromartz

July 2014: Mindless Eating by Brian Wansink

May 2014: The Value of Nothing by Raj Patel

April 2014: The Good Food Revolution by Will Allen 

February 2014: The Earth Knows My Name by Patricia Klindienst

January 2014: Everything I Want to Do Is Illegal by Joel Salatin

November/December 2013: Behind the Kitchen Door by Saru Jayaraman

October 2013: How to Cook a Wolf by MFK Fisher

September 2013: Free For All by Janet Poppendieck

August 2013: Cultivating Food Justice by Alison Hope Alkon & Julian Agyeman

July 2013: Dandelion Hunter by Rebecca Lerner

June 2013: Rebuilding the Foodshed by Philip Ackerman-Leist

May 2013: A Place at the Table by Peter Pringle

April 2013: Farm City by Novella Carpenter