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Eco-Reading List

There seems to be a constant stream of environmental reading out there whether the book's focus is on climate change, animal/nature conservation, organic farming or sustainably & humanly raised animals. I like knowing there are books waiting for me, I get on a path of reading and I devour all in the genre, so I've been taking a back seat, letting the titles build up and I can't wait to delve back in! Here's my current "to read" list:

The United States of Arugula by: David Kamp
In Defense of Food by: Michael Pollan
The Botany of Desire by: Michael Pollan
Do Animals Have Rights by: Alison Hills
Seal Wars by: Paul Watson


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