Getting Back to Nature™ is a collaboration between twin brothers Obiora Embry's EConsulting™ and Irucka's EcoC²S. The Brothers are featured in an article entitled: “Martin Acres is the Place to Be” by Lee Morgan in the Middle Tennessee Local Table Magazine's 2020 Annual Guide. The article discusses the history of their maternal family farm called Martin Acres and the regenerative agriculture that they are doing on 2 acres of land.
2011 publication of Race and the Food System, a partnership between Growing Food and Justice for All Initiative (GFJI) and WHY Hunger Year.
Growing Power, Inc. Race and the Food System Security Learning Center Project
Dr. Jermaine Ware of HEROH Publishing Co. interviewed Irucka Embry (Can We All Eat?) on Thursday, 23 October 2014, and the podcast interview was posted on 5 November 2014
Edible Forest Gardens, Volume 1: Ecological Vision, Theory for Temperate Climate Permaculture. Dave Jacke with Eric Toensmeier. ISBN # 978–1–931498–79–1
Edible Forest Gardens, Volume 2: Ecological Design and Practice For Temperate–Climate Permaculture. Dave Jacke with Eric Toensmeier. ISBN # 978–1–931498–80–7
Gaia's Garden: A Guide to Home–Scale Permaculture. Second Ediiton. Toby Hemenway. ISBN# 1–60358–029–8
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