Ellen LaConte

Ellen LaConte is a memoirist, magazine and book editor, and freelance writer who has been published in numerous magazines and trade journals on subjects ranging from organic gardening and alternative technologies to the evolution of consciousness, democracy theory, and complex systems. After three decades of homesteading in Connecticut and Maine, she gardens now on a half-acre in the Yadkin River watershed of the Piedmont bioregion of North Carolina. She is the author of Life Rules: Why so much is going wrong everywhere at once and how Life teaches us to fix it.

Garden for Your Life

Five Exciting Reasons--and One Downright Scary One--You Should Learn to Grow Food This Year Spring has sprung, and another Earth Day has just been celebrated....