Raw Milk Clubs By Rachel Blum Spencer - November 21, 2009 3 Reading Time: < 1 Facebook Twitter Email Print Apparently, agrarianism is the new urbanism for a growing number of twenty-somethings. Maybe the desire for a plot of one’s own is neither so quaint nor so rural as some may think. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Local Culture Limits, Risk Aversion, and Technocracy Short Housekeeping, Epiphany, and a National Elite The Nightstand Finding Rest in the Immanent Frame: a Review of Tish Harrison Warren’s Prayer in the Night Politics & Power Playing the Long Game: A Review of Abraham Lincoln’s Statesmanship The Stump A Conservative for Our Time Short Precedents, Technosolutionism, and A Hidden Life 3 COMMENTS It’s a crunchy-con thing too, isn’t it? The Feds, by the way, are getting more hysterical every day about raw milk. If you want to market raw milk, expect to be raided (not inspected–raided) on a regular basis. Likewise if you are practicing holistic family medicine. Here in the rural midwest we kinda like both. It’s a crunchy-con thing too, isn’t it? More than you know. I wrote the Dallas Morning News editorial to which Rachel links. Check out Real Milk Dot Com for information on the titular subject. Comments are closed.