On a crisp fall day just before Thanksgiving, students at Mills River Elementary met with local farmers to thank them for their hard work growing food for their community.
“You know your doctor, you know your lawyer, you know your accountant. Who’s your farmer?” In this non-fiction book, author dee Hobsbawn-Smith profiles 75 growers and producers of the Canadian province Alberta to answer just that question for her neighbors and her readers. Although these farmers are located in Alberta, anyone can read this book
- Giving Thanks For Farmers article (quick view as .pdf)
This video introduces children to various farm animals around Shared Blessings Farm in Cullowhee, NC.
A unique variation of the typical Johnny Appleseed story. This book is a beautifully illustrated compilation of information about John Chapman, and why his legacy should matter to people today. The book ends with an invitation to “make our country and our world a better place,” as Chapman did — “seed by seed, deed by deed” — and
A book about all the sounds you will hear the animals make on a farm.