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  • Sarah Langford's book on farming is really a book about healing. All of life and death is here: family, politics, nature, climate, history, humanity. Rooted is a beautifully written, powerful reminder of where we've gone wrong, what is at stake, and how we can change. I loved it.

    Christie Watson, bestselling author of The Language of Kindness
  • Rooted offers us an honest look at the farming life today. It is not an easy way to make a living, but through Langford's personal story - and those of who she meets - we appreciate how it offers a connection with the land, and a firmer sense of our place in the world. Raw, earthy and inspiring.

    Cal Flyn, author of Islands of Abandonment
  • Moving, startling, uplifting, galvanising and unsettling, this plainly beautiful book is one of those rare few that changes how you see the world around you: the shape of fields seen from a train, the vegetables in a supermarket chiller cabinet, the earth beneath your feet and falling through your fingers.

    Ella Risbridger, author of Midnight Chicken and The Year of Miracles
  • A beautifully written, incredibly timely book addressing not just where our food comes from and why this matters so much, but also fundamental questions relating to our relationship with the land, and the definition of home.

    Clover Stroud, author of My Wild and Sleepless Nights
  • Heartbreaking and hopeful, this story of a farming revival has never been more important. It opened my eyes and touched my soul

    Esther Freud
  • A magical book of wonderful stories about how farmers think and the challenges they face. It demonstrates that farmers across the country are passionate about producing food and caring for the land. A triumph

    Jake Fiennes, author of Land Healer
  • Rooted is a brave thing: a book that prods into the ever-widening gulf between the binaries we increasingly use to examine the world. As conversations about what we eat and where it comes from reach fever-pitch, Sarah Langford's clear-eyed, inquisitive and passionate plea for farmers and farming offers a vital understanding when it has never been so needed. I hope everyone reads it.

    Alice Vincent, author of Rootbound
  • An eloquent and personal insight into the terrible human as well as environmental cost of cheap food and an inspiring account of the people working to heal our relationship with our habitat and ourselves. Urgent, necessary and moving.

    Ben Rawlence, author of The Treeline
  • A fine book: heartfelt, honest and hopeful. Sarah has the knowledge and skill to help people better understand where their food comes from and why we should all care.

    Helen Rebanks
  • Moving, intimate, tender and searing, this is a gem of a book with deep roots and fresh green shoots.

    Tamsin Calidas, author of I Am An Island

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