Learn how to lead the local food revolution in your community!


Receive your complimentary copy of this revolutionary book and discover:

  • The truth about the devastating impacts of the industrial food system.

  • The real reasons you are called to this work, and how you can have significant impact.

  • How food localization can bring healing, restoration, and regeneration to your community.




The latest book from
Michael Brownlee
the foodshed catalyst...

...based on more than a decade of leadership
at the front lines of the local food movement.


#1 Amazon bestselling ebook!


Advance praise for Reclaiming the Future

TIM RINNE, founder, Hawley Hamlet, Lincoln, Nebraska

FREDERICK KIRSCHENMANN President, Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture; Distinguished Fellow, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture; author of Cultivating an Ecological Conscience: Essays From a Farmer Philosopher

RONNIE CUMMINS, Director, Organic Consumers Association​

CHEF DANIEL ASHER, River and Woods Restaurant​

GARY PAUL NABHAN, Franciscan Brother; W.K. Kellogg Chair in Southwest Borderlands Food and Water Security, University of Arizona; author of Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land: Lessons from Desert Farmers on Adapting to Climate Uncertainty (and more than 30 other books)

JOHN IKERD, Professor Emeritus, Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Missouri; author of Revolution of the Middle…and the Pursuit of Happiness and A Return to Common Sense

DAN HOBBS, Arkansas Valley Organic Growers, Rocky Mountain Farmers Union​

BRUCE MILNE, Director, Sustainability Studies Program, University of New Mexico

CAROLYN BAKER, author of Savage Grace: Living Resiliently in the Dark Night of the Globe (with Andrew Harvey) and Collapsing Consciously: Transformative Truths for Turbulent Times

CARRIE BALKCOM, founder, American Grassfed Association​

DON HALL, Co-Director, Transition US​

TOM ABOOD, founder, Local Matters Investments​

JEFFREY POTENT, Adjunct Professor, International and Public Affairs, The Earth Institute, Columbia University​

PHILIP TAYLOR, PhD, University of Colorado; founder of Mad Agriculture​

Reclaiming The Future is bold guidebook for personal and cultural transformation that begins with food. Why food? Because the industrial food system is starving us of connection with ourselves, each other and the earth. Eating local food is a revolutionary act because it restores our place in the world and is a gateway to living in strong community, where the bonds of life are understood and celebrated. Reclaiming The Future is no less than a guide to self-realization into a life of beauty and belonging. We have a long way to go—this is the work of generations. So, how do we begin? This revolution starts with you, with every bite of food you eat, every farmer you support, every market you engage. Vive la revolution regenerative!

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