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📒Garden Revolution ✍ Larry Weaner
✏Garden Revolution Book Summary : AHS Book Award winner This lushly-photographed reference is an important moment in horticulture that will be embraced by anyone looking for a better, smarter way to garden. Larry Weaner is an icon in the world of ecological landscape design, and now his revolutionary approach is available to all gardeners. Garden Revolution shows how an ecological approach to planting can lead to beautiful gardens that buck much of conventional gardening’s counter-productive, time-consuming practices. Instead of picking the wrong plant and then constantly tilling, weeding, irrigating, and fertilizing, Weaner advocates for choosing plants that are adapted to the soil and climate of a specific site and letting them naturally evolve over time. Allowing the plants to find their own niches, to spread their seed around until they find the microclimate and spot that suits them best, creates a landscape that is vibrant, dynamic, and gorgeous year after year.
📒Community Garden Revolution ✍ Mary K. Hukill
✏Community Garden Revolution Book Summary : Black and White Version. Community Gardens can be and should be done by EVERY Group possible in your City and Town. Start growing a Vegetable or Fruit Garden in your Backyard. Join a Healthy and Hunger Movement Today. We can be more healthy with Physical Activity working in Gardens, we can help fight Hunger, Jobs can be created with a new Agriculture Economy and mindset. Change your Thinking. Great things can change and Happen in your Backyard. Tear down the Blighted and vacant buildings in your town and add an Urban Farm, Grow some Veggies in beautifully decorated sites downtown and soften the harsh concrete look. Come together as a Community, as a Humane and Human Group. Help yourself, and help others. Do Donate to a Food Pantry and, or, Food Bank, do remember others when you grow your new Community Garden or add to your Homestead. YES!!! we can all make a HUGE difference in our Nation and be more Food Secure. Lets fight Food Insecurity for children, Seniors, the Single Moms and Dads, lets be a Food Stable Nation. YES!!! You can make the difference. Have a Great Community Garden Day! Learn from what is being done in each of the 50 States and Washington, D.C. Help Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the American Community Garden Association. Congrats! From each book SOLD an amount goes to them to help re-grant FUNDS to help Cities and Towns start Community Gardens. Join in. Grab a Shovel, spade, some gloves, and seeds........lets plant some Community Gardens! Thanks!
📒The Urban Food Revolution ✍ Peter Ladner
✏The Urban Food Revolution Book Summary : Planning cities as if food matters
📒Art In Crisis ✍ Hans Sedlmayr
✏Art in Crisis Book Summary : The history of art from the early nineteenth century on- ward is commonly viewed as a succession of conflicts between innovatory and established styles that culminated in the formalism and aesthetic autonomy of high modernism. In Art and Crisis, first published in 1948, Hans Sedlmayr argues that the aesthetic disjunctures of modern art signify more than matters of style and point to much deeper processes of cultural and religious disintegration. As Roger Kimball observes in his informative new introduction, Art in Crisis is as much an exercise in cultural or spiritual analysis as it is a work of art history. Sedlmayr's reads the art of the last two centuries as a fever chart of the modern age in its greatness and its decay. He discusses the advent of Romanticism with its freeing of the imagination as a conscious sundering of art from humanist and religious traditions with the aesthetic treated as a category independent of human need. Looking at the social purposes of architecture, Sedlmayr shows how the landscape garden, the architectural monument, and the industrial exhibition testified to a new relationship not only between man and his handiwork but also between man and the forces that transcend him. In these institutions man deifies his inventive powers with which he hopes to master and supersede nature. Likewise, the art museum denies transcendence through a cultural leveling in which Heracles and Christ become brothers as objects of aesthetic contemplation. At the center of Art in Crisis is the insight that, in art as in life, the pursuit of unqualified autonomy is in the end a prescription for disaster, aesthetic as well as existential. Sedlmayr writes as an Augustinian Catholic. For him, the underlying motive for the pursuit of autonomy is pride. The lost center of his subtitle is God. The dream of autonomy, Sedlmayr argues, is for finite, mortal creatures, a dangerous illusion. The book invites serious analysis from art cri
📒Edinburgh German Yearbook 12 ✍ Michael Wood
✏Edinburgh German Yearbook 12 Book Summary : In essays that examine particular non-canonical works and writers in their wider cultural context, this volume "repopulates" the German Enlightenment.
📒Sowing The Seeds Of Victory ✍ Rose Hayden-Smith
✏Sowing the Seeds of Victory Book Summary : Sometimes, to move forward, we must look back. Gardening activity during American involvement in World War I (1917–1919) is vital to understanding current work in agriculture and food systems. The origins of the American Victory Gardens of World War II lie in the Liberty Garden program during World War I. This book examines the National War Garden Commission, the United States School Garden Army, and the Woman’s Land Army (which some women used to press for suffrage). The urgency of wartime mobilization enabled proponents to promote food production as a vital national security issue. The connection between the nation’s food readiness and national security resonated within the U.S., struggling to unite urban and rural interests, grappling with the challenges presented by millions of immigrants, and considering the country’s global role. The same message—that food production is vital to national security—can resonate today. These World War I programs resulted in a national gardening ethos that transformed the American food system.
📒Utopia S Garden ✍ E. C. Spary
✏Utopia s Garden Book Summary : The royal Parisian botanical garden, the Jardin du Roi, was a jewel in the crown of the French Old Regime, praised by both rulers and scientific practitioners. Yet unlike many such institutions, the Jardin not only survived the French Revolution but by 1800 had become the world's leading public establishment of natural history: the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. E. C. Spary traces the scientific, administrative, and political strategies that enabled the foundation of the Muséum, arguing that agriculture and animal breeding rank alongside classification and collections in explaining why natural history was important for French rulers. But the Muséum's success was also a consequence of its employees' Revolutionary rhetoric: by displaying the natural order, they suggested, the institution could assist in fashioning a self-educating, self-policing Republican people. Natural history was presented as an indispensable source of national prosperity and individual virtue. Spary's fascinating account opens a new chapter in the history of France, science, and the Enlightenment.
📒The American Revolution And Righteous Community ✍ Robert Smith
✏The American Revolution and Righteous Community Book Summary : This selected edition of twenty-seven sermons delivered by Bishop Robert Smith (1732-1801) from the pulpit of Charleston's oldest Episcopal church gives voice to an influential clergyman and his rhetoric in support of a colonial rebellion. Wilbanks has edited Smith's previously unpublished sermons, which were written, delivered, and sometimes repeated during a forty-year career. In his analysis of these sermons, Wilbanks illustrates how a theology of community, civic duty, and national piety led to Smith's advocacy of American independence. Wilbanks suggests that Smith articulated a southern perspective that constituted a radically distinctive justification for the American Revolution, a view drawn from Smith's notion of a righteous community. Contrary to Puritan teachings of individual rights and responsibilities, which often served as a validation for revolution, Smith's call for righteous community also justified the War of Independence.
📒Anecdotes Of The American Revolution ✍ Alexander Garden
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📒The Plants That Shaped Our Gardens ✍ David C. Stuart
✏The Plants that Shaped Our Gardens Book Summary : In a story that ranges from continent to continent and spans four centuries, botanist and gardener David Stuart reveals how the garden as we know it was created not by garden designers but by ordinary gardeners responding to exotic and novel plants that suggested new spaces, places, and means of display. 70 illustrations.