Lola Milholland of Edible Portland and Ecotrust and her mother Theresa Marquez of Organic Valley recently spoke with legendary farmer, author, and eloquent octogenarian Wendell Berry at the Organic Valley annual meeting in April. He shares his thoughts on the value of intangibles and recollects sweet childhood memories. Read more about Berry’s time at the annual meeting.
“You’re going to have to teach your children to be patient, because the solution, when it comes about, is going to be complex. It’s going to have to be made everywhere. It’s going to take a long time… To be patient in an emergency is a very strict kind of discipline… The daily solutions are the ones that ultimately are going to count.”
– Wendell Berry