“My parents couldn’t read or write, we barely had clothes to wear. All we had were stories. We listened and absorbed them, and found our own place in the narrative.”
And what a narrative it is. Join the wonderfully colorful and poetic Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, or Regi, as he weaves together stories from his upbringing in revolution-torn Guatemala, the vision of a regenerative form of farming which uplifts people, and the wandering fable of the Green Man. The result is an immensely readable, enjoyable journey that informs as it entertains and enlightens.
Witnessing firsthand the human suffering caused by unjust and environmentally destructive farming practices set Regi on a path of helping people lift themselves through, of all things, tapping the natural behaviors of the lowly chicken. With the mind of an engineer, the passion of minister, and the depth of a philosopher the author has created not only a wonderful yarn, but a book for our generation asking the questions and providing many of the answers needed by millions.
The author is the principal architect of the innovative poultry-centered regenerative agriculture model that is at the heart of Main Street Project s work. His focus is on the development of multi-level strategies for building regenerative food and agriculture systems that deliver social, economic and ecological benefits.
Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin is the principal architect of the innovative poultry-centered regenerative agriculture model that is at the heart of Main Street Project s work. His focus is on the development of multilevel strategies for building regenerative food and agriculture systems that deliver social, economic and ecological benefits. He leads Main Street Project s engineering and design work and currently oversees the implementation of restorative blueprints for communities in the United States, Mexico, and Guatemala. He is also leading explorations in Haiti, Colombia, and Africa.
A native Guatemalan, he received his agronomy degree from the Central National School of Agriculture, studied at the Universidad de San Carlos in Guatemala and graduated from Augsburg College in Minneapolis. He has been involved in numerous fair trade and development projects. He lives in Minnesota with his wife Amy and their children William, Ana Nicktae, and Lars Decarlo.
- Publisher : Acres U.S.A. (December 10, 2016)
- Language : English
- Perfect Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1601731388
- ISBN-13 : 978-1601731388
- Item Weight : 11.5 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 1 x 9 inches