Image 1. This glacier in British Columbia almost reaches down to the field of hay, creating an unusual interface between the wild and the domestic.
Image 2. A new suburb on the edge of a vinyard in California's Napa Valley.
Image 3. A crop duster. Farming in North America is the most labor-efficien
in the world, but the least energy-efficient, even without a full accounting
of the environmental costs.
Image 4. Farming organically and by hand at the Green Gulch Zen Center,
Muir Beach, California.
Image 5. Herding sheep in the sagebrush country of Idaho.
Image 6. A heavily grazed hillside in California's Coast Range.
Image 7. Cattle tralis on a grassy hillside in California.
Image 8. Grazed and not-grazed areas. Behind the fence is a cattle ranch,
with different vegetation cover in the two areas.
Image 9. Grazed and not-grazed areas, To the left of the fence there has been less grazing by livestock than to the right. From the Channel Islands, California.