Care for the earth is a local call

June 1999
U.S. Catholic;Jun99, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p12
Interviews Wendell Berry, a poet, environment critic and farmer who pursues an ethic and way of life based upon devotion to a place and devotion to the land in Port Royal, Kentucky. How Berry understands the biblical view of creation and our responsibility to be about its care; Views about the Amish; How can people broaden their thinking about the economy; Information on Berry's book `What Are People For?.'


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