“Adventures in Urban Bike Farming” autographed book & digital downloads – $14.99
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Equal parts historical document, confessional memoir and social critique, this book tells the story of “Sunroot Gardens,” a bicycle-based urban farming operation that the author founded and cultivated in Portland, Oregon, in the early 2000’s. Made famous by the local media—including the Willamette Week, Sellwood Bee, Portland Monthly, KBOO, Oregonian and In Good Tilth—Sunroot Gardens blazed trails and pushed boundaries. The text is drawn from Sonnenblume’s voluminous writings at the time and has been supplemented with freshly composed narrative and commentary. A must-read for anyone genuinely concerned about our collective agricultural future and the role that urban farming could play in it.
230 pages long, black & white, in 6×9 paperback format, autographed by the author
When you order the autographed hard-copy, you will also receive the digital versions for free (PDF, EPUB & Kindle).
If you would like the book to be inscribed to someone in particular, in addition to being autographed, type that in the “Notes/Special Instructions” box.
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At Amazon, this book is $16.95 and the digital downloads are $5.95, so this price is a savings of nearly $8!