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“Richard Horan has brought us a welcome view of America to defy the prevailing political and financial nastiness This is a timely and important book” Ted Morgan author of Wilderness at Dawn“A lively visit with the dauntless men and women who operate America’s family farms and help provide our miraculous annual bounty Richard Ho. Absolutely love the concept of the book The author does an awesome job focusing on the stories of family and the journey of the land I wish there were even stories of crops he harvested And I als

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Ran writes with energy and passion” Hannah Nordhaus author of The Beekeeper’s Lament“Horan’s new book evocatively describes the peril and promise of family farms in America I loved joining him on this journey and so will you” TA Barron author of The Great Tree of AvalonIn Seeds novelist and nature writer Richard Horan sought. Maybe it s a symptom of feeling claustrophobic and stressed in my chaotic suburban life There s something soothing very appealing about being in the country and it s just that sentim

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Out the trees that inspired the work of great American writers like Faulkner Kerouac Welty Wharton and Harper Lee In Harvest Horan embarks upon a serendipitous journey across America to work the harvests of than a dozen essential or unusual food crops and in the process forms powerful connections with the farmers the soil and the seaso. I wanted to like this book I really did Horan s liberal leanings popped up in too many unneeded areas for me to enjoy I have no problems with his viewpoints but his supposed overview of family far

  • Paperback
  • 336
  • Harvest author Richard Horan
  • Richard Horan
  • English
  • 10 March 2018
  • 9780062090317

10 thoughts on “Harvest author Richard Horan

  1. says:

    Stopped reading about 60% through the book which I hate doing Being from a farming family I love the idea behind his book but his writing was really boring me and I felt like it was just an account of chores he was doing for harvest and rarely

  2. says:

    Sarah L Courteau Reviewed Richard Horan's Harvest An Adventure Into The Heart Of America’s Family Farms | The New Republic It's worth readingIf you really want to start a food fight leading to extraordinary vitriole just mention you are for or against organic food raw milk GMO veganism or whatever  So it's with some trepidation I link to

  3. says:

    Absolutely love the concept of the book The author does an awesome job focusing on the stories of family and the journey of the land I wish there were even stories of crops he harvested And I also desired education on the “how”

  4. says:

    Maybe it’s a symptom of feeling claustrophobic and stressed in my chaotic suburban life There’s something soothing — very appeal

  5. says:

    i liked this horan better than his seeds book in seeds he travels around to authors homes and a few other places like gettysburg to collect tree seeds then take them home to sprout them and eventaully plant them some where i think but not sure he got some help from farmer who is going to add them to their tree farm and make availabe to public but not sure about that Seeds One Man's Serendipitous Journey to F

  6. says:

    There are two stories going on in this book One is the stories of all the farmers small farmers mostly organic enjoying bringing something beautiful from the land fighting the big guys figuring out solutions to their daily

  7. says:

    I wanted to like this book I really did Horan's liberal leanings popped up in too many unneeded areas for me to enjoy I have no problems with his viewpoints but his supposed overview of family farms didn't seem fair The farmers he picks are a

  8. says:

    I am not a farmer but I spent several summers and one fall working on small sustainable family farms when I was younger In c

  9. says:

    Richard Horan takes the reader along on his diverse and interesting visits to organic farms in America His descriptions allow us to experience the unknown and learn the basics of harvesting I found the book a bit too long but an enjoyable read

  10. says:

    Couldn't get past the first chapter

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