Everything you need to understand or teach One Man's Meat by E. B. White.
This book is a series of monthly columns written by E.B. White for Harper's magazine and The New Yorker magazine. The columns are intended to provide readers with information about White's experiences living on a saltwater farm in Maine.
White had worked for several years for The New Yorker magazine and makes the decision to move his wife and son from Manhattan to North Brooklin, Maine, in 1938, to experience a rural lifestyle on a working farm. White continues to write through the columns, and his wife, Katherine, also works in publishing, working at their farmhouse and using the U.S. mail for correspondence instead of going into an office.
In the opening columns of the book, White's transition from city life to a rural life is evident as he tries to decide which pieces of the household to sell and how to divest himself of the trappings...
One Man's Meat Lesson Plans contain 144 pages of teaching material, including: