Land Justice

Land Justice Re-imagining Land, Food and the Commons offers compelling insights culled from farmers, organizers, activists, and scholars that all argue for agreater focus on land justice issues in the craft food and regenerative agriculture movements.

After presenting a broad historical overview of the legacy of white-settler colonialism in the United States, the book urges food and farming advocates to integrate heritage land rights issues into their defense of heritage foods, and to make land sovereignty a key part of their struggle for a more equitable and sustainable food system.