Contributor biographical information for The town that food saved : how one community found vitality in local food / Ben Hewitt.


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BEN HEWITT was born in northwestern Vermont and raised in a two-room cabin; his father was a poet and his mother worked on a nearby dairy farm. He now lives with his wife and two sons on a diversified, 40-acre farm in Vermont, where they produce dairy, beef, pork, lamb, vegetables, and berries. His work has appeared in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Best Life, Men's Journal, National Geographic Adventure, the New York Times Magazine, Outside, and Skiing.
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Food supply -- Social aspects -- Vermont -- Hardwick.
Food industry and trade -- Vermont -- Hardwick.
Sustainable agriculture -- Vermont -- Hardwick.
Entrepreneurship -- Vermont -- Hardwick.
Hardwick (Vt.) -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.