By Sue Spitler, Jan Cutler
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We automatically think of domestication as something we do to other species, but it makes just as much sense to think of it as something that certain plants and animals have done to us, a clever evolutionary strategy for advancing their own interests. 20 An example? 21 Wild canines found a better life beside humans. To begin with, there was a lot of meat to scavenge. And the more canines helped humans, the more they tracked and chased and took down prey with us, the more food there was. There are two million named species of animals on the planet, and countless more awaiting identification.
But—but—” Now his body was trembling as well as his voice. I knew what he wanted to say. It’s not true. It can’t be true. There’s a way out of death and I’ve found it. “No,” was the only word he could come up with. Then he walked away. How many times did I walk away? Over and over and over. But I couldn’t walk away from my garden, from my attempts to not be a parasite on the planet. So while I closed the nutrient cycle, I had nowhere to go with the information I was using for that task. I could play intellectual hide and seek over the goat manure—it was already there, piled in the barn, why not use it, I wasn’t the one oppressing animals for milk and meat—but the P and K in NPK weren’t so easily avoided.
First, take a piece of land from somebody else, because the history of agriculture is the history of imperialism. Next, bulldoze or burn all the life off it: the trees, the grasses, the wetlands. That includes all creatures great and small: the bison, the grey wolves, the black terns. A tiny handful of species—mice, locusts—will manage, but the other animals have to go. Now plant your annual monocrops. Your grains and beans will do okay at first, living off the organic matter created by the now-dead forest or prairie.
Classic 1000 Slow Cooker Recipes by Sue Spitler, Jan Cutler