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Hit by A Farm
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Barn
Book - 2006
Sheepish
Two Women, Fifty Sheep, and Enough Wool to Save the Planet
Book - 2011
The Bucolic Plague
How Two Manhattanites Became Gentlemen Farmers : An Unconventional Memoir
Book - 2010
Changing Season
A Father, A Daughter, A Family Farm
Book - 2016
Cold Antler Farm
A Memoir of Growing Food and Celebrating Life on A Scrappy Six-acre Homestead
Book - 2014
Staying With the Trouble
Making Kin in the Chthulucene
Book - 2016
Evolution's Rainbow
Diversity, Gender, and Sexuality in Nature and People
Book - 2004
The Death of Nature
Women, Ecology, and the Scientific Revolution
eBook - 2019
Organize!
Building From the Local for Global Justice
Book - 2012
Ecofeminist Philosophy
A Western Perspective on What It Is and Why It Matters
Book - 2000
The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection ; The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex
Book - 1990
The Sexual Politics of Meat
A Feminist-vegetarian Critical Theory
Book - 1990
Coming Out Hungry: Food Insecurity & the LGBTQ Community
Web Resource
A podcast episode presented by CLEAR, the Center for LGBTQ Economic Advancement & Research. A podcast episode presented by CLEAR, the Center for LGBTQ Economic Advancement & Research. Show less
Jarry Mag
Web Resource
A biannual print magazine that explore where food and queer culture intersect. Publication of new issues is paused; PDF issues are available to download for free. A biannual print magazine that explore where food and queer culture intersect. Publication of new issues is paused; PDF issues are available to download for free. Show less
Planting Justice
Web Resource
Our speakers' organization- focused on food sovereignty, economic justice, and community healing. Our speakers' organization- focused on food sovereignty, economic justice, and community healing. Show less
Out for Sustainability
Web Resource
OUT for Sustainability provides a platform for co-creating climate resilience and environmental justice by and for LGBTQIA+ communities. We do this through advocacy, training, fundraising, and relationship-building. OUT for Sustainability provides a platform for co-creating climate resilience and environmental justice by and for LGBTQIA+ communities. We do this through advocacy, training, fundraising, and relationship-building. Show less
Queer Nature
Web Resource
Our program envisions and implements ecological awareness and place-based skills as vital and often overlooked parts of the healing and wholing of populat...Show more Our program envisions and implements ecological awareness and place-based skills as vital and often overlooked parts of the healing and wholing of populations who have been marginalized and even represented as 'unnatural.' Our curriculums necessarily go beyond recreation in nature to deep and creative engagement with the natural world to build inter-species alliances and an enduring sense of belonging. Show less
Queer Ecojustice Project
Web Resource
Queer Ecojustice Project organizes at the intersection of ecological justice and queer liberation. We are storytellers weaving together the threads of a c...Show more Queer Ecojustice Project organizes at the intersection of ecological justice and queer liberation. We are storytellers weaving together the threads of a complex, multidimensional story of queer survival and collective ecological futures through collaborative projects that aim to catalyze culture, consciousness, and community. Show less
Quinta Land Project - Portugal
Web Resource
The “Land Project” complements the online community of the Quinta Project and is located in Portugal, in the Alto Alentejo. The site has 5.5 hectares (13....Show more The “Land Project” complements the online community of the Quinta Project and is located in Portugal, in the Alto Alentejo. The site has 5.5 hectares (13.5 acres), and there are three structures (two of which are habitable). Three streams cross the land, most of which is planted with cork oaks and olive trees. There are also 100+ fruit trees, including apples, apricots, pears, plums, almonds, strawberry trees, figs… and many more. Show less
Queer Farmer Collective - Denver
Web Resource
Our Mission: To remove barriers that keep the queer community from engaging in agriculture as a means of personal sustenance and empowerment. Our Mission: To remove barriers that keep the queer community from engaging in agriculture as a means of personal sustenance and empowerment. Show less
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