Listen: The agrarian life with Wendell Berry

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Wendell Berry has published more than eighty books of poetry, fiction, essays, and criticism, but he’s perhaps best known for “The Unsettling of America,” a book-length polemic, from 1977, which argues that responsible, small-scale agriculture is essential to the preservation of the land and the culture.

He was kind enough to sit down and share his thoughts and views from his lifetime advocating for agricultural communities.