By Julie Guthman
In an period of escalating nutrition politics, many think natural farming to be the agrarian resolution. during this first entire learn of natural farming in California, Julie Guthman casts doubt at the present knowledge approximately natural nutrients and agriculture, no less than because it has developed within the Golden kingdom. Refuting renowned portrayals of natural agriculture as a small-scale kinfolk farm recreation towards "industrial" agriculture, Guthman explains how natural farming has replicated what it got down to oppose.
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Chapters 4 and 5, accordingly, focus on the development of agrarian capitalism in California and its legacies for organic farming. Chapter 4 recapitulates California’s agrarian history through the lens of three processes that have characterized industrialization in California agriculture—what I will call intensiﬁcation, appropriation, and valorization. Chapter 5 considers the uneven spatial development of California agriculture to illustrate how it has affected organic agriculture. Chapters 6 and 7 turn to the effects of regulation.
7 This chapter details these driving forces of organic agriculture’s recent expansion by recounting the perspectives of growers who converted. It begins with an overview of the nature and timing of growth. 8 The ﬁrst organic certiﬁcation program, organized by the Rodales, identiﬁed Roads to Organic Production 25 table 1. growth in california’s organic sector, for years available CCOF Year 1973 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 CDFA Average Average No. of No. of No. of Acres No.
These farms did not just spring up out of the blue. California had long hosted the sort of experimentation that gave rise to the organic farming movement. Southern California, for example, was a formative center of the health food movement. As early as the 1870s, people suffering from tuberculosis and other such inﬁrmities began migrating to southern California for the sunny climate and restful nights; sanatoriums and health resorts were built all over the region. Many “health seekers” went into small-scale beekeeping and citrus farming, then seen as the perfect profession for the elderly and inﬁrm (Baur 1959).
Agrarian Dreams: The Paradox of Organic Farming in California (California Studies in Critical Human Geography, 11) by Julie Guthman