Michael Ableman

Michael Ableman is an American-Canadian author, organic farmer, educator, and advocate for sustainable agriculture. Michael has been farming organically since the early 1970s and is considered one of the pioneers of the organic farming and urban agriculture movements. He is a frequent lecturer to audiences all over the world and the winner of numerous awards for his work. Ableman is the author of four trade published books: ''From the Good Earth: A celebration of growing food around the world; On Good Land: The autobiography of an urban farm; A farmer's journey in search of real food and the people who grow it'', and most recently ''Street Farm; Growing Food, Jobs, and Hope on the Urban Frontier.'' Michael Ableman is the founder of the Center for Urban Agriculture at Fairview Gardens in Goleta, California where he farmed for 20 years; co-founder and director of Sole Food Street Farms and the charity Cultivate Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia; and founder and director of the Center for Arts, Ecology and Agriculture based at his family home and farm on Salt Spring Island. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 2005
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