We are excited to announce that The Soil Will Save Us: How Scientists, Farmers, and Foodies Are Healing the Soil to Save the Planet is a Finalist for the 2015 Oregon Book Awards.
It's very exciting when they run out of chairs at your first public event following book release. Friends, family and strangers -- lots and lots of strangers! -- packed Powell's last night and listened intently as I talked (longer than I'd planned) about the amazing life beneath our feet and the opportunity for healing landscapes by respecting and working with that life.
“A Q&A with the New York Times bestselling author about her new book that focuses on the critical connection between the health of our soil and the health of our planet.
The Plain Dealer: Former Clevelander Kristin Ohlson makes a spirited case for greener farming in 'The Soil Will Save Us'
Mother Nature bats last, and if you need a pithy but elegant saying to tattoo on a body part, preferably one of your own, you could do worse than that one.
When I started working on The Soil Will Save Us, I happily discovered Food Tank (“the food think tank”) launched by Danielle Nierenberg and Ellen Gustafson, a website and newsletter which highlights the great things people around the world are doing to reclaim agriculture and fix broken food systems.