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RE: Book Review: Life is A Miracle

i'm not feeling anywhere nearly that cerebral this morning, but enjoyed your
review top to bottom.  i've not met mr berry, my organic farmers
organization invited him to speak at our annual Sustainable Ag Conference
and he declined.  later, in an act of unprovoked vengeance, i used his
writing as my theme at the Southeastern Flower Show and we won the New York
Hort Society Award and SFS Education Trophy, so now i feel a sense of
indebtedness to him.

maybe we could start an on-line book club, and as long as we get some
who-dunnits thrown in once in a while, i'm in.  i'd like to bash Aldo
Leopold at the first meeting and Adam Honigman at the second.

Community Garden Coordinator
Atlanta Community Food Bank
970 Jefferson Street, NW
Atlanta, GA  30318

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From: Tetrad [mailto:garlicgr@pond.com]
Subject: [cg] Book Review: Life is A Miracle

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