Back to the Land 2.0.
In the 1950s, Helen and Scott Nearing pioneered the back-to-the-land movement when they moved to Brooksville. Today, the village has a thriving locavore culture and a close-knit community of farmers. With a sidebar that discusses the food sovereignty ordinances that have been adopted by nine Maine towns, including four on the Blue Hill peninsula.
Ridley, Kim, "Back to the Land 2.0." (2013). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 4117.
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