Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Eliot Coleman: Educational Agriculture
Article from the Vermont Commons website.
"Our educators are doing a reasonable job at explaining the intricacies of human society to students in lab and classroom, but they are neglecting to make them aware of the web of life in field and garden. If we wish to teach reverence for the earth, we need to insist that practical time spent on the soils of a farm is just as valuable in training citizens for an informed life in the 21st century as time spent studying chalk-filled blackboards in the academy's lecture halls."
Posted by Matt at 12:30 PM