The Organic Movement in Michigan Edited by Maynard Kaufman and Julia Christianso
The Organic Movement in Michigan is the story of one of the earliest organized groups in the country, in the words of those who were on the front lines. The nineteen chapters in the book encompass a wide variety of information: historical summaries of the major organic organizations. Reports on various activities, and essays about the past, present and future of organic farming. They provide a record of both successes and failures, triumphs, and tragedies, such as the fatal encounter of Organic Growers of Michigan with the federal program for organic certification.