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-eating beetles and barn swallows as well as rodent-eating owls, and planting winter cover crops between rows of vines to restore depleted nutri- ents to the soil. in California, as amy trubek writes, “terroir represents a less mechanistic and less invasive philosophy of winemaking.”24 Many of today’s grape growers and dairy farmers, among them baby boomers shaped by the environmentalist ethos of the 1960s and 1970s, insist that agricul- ture, in the guise of stewardship, can have a positive impact on environmental resources. The Langes farm organically, randy said, because

to save us from them. The premier and prototypical contactee in American ufology was “Professor” George Adamski. In the 1950s Adamski, a Polish immigrant, tended a small hamburger stand on the slopes of Mt. Palomar, site of the famous observatory. In addition to being a short-order cook, Adamski was known locally as an amateur astronomer and a devotee of occult learning, having lectured for many years on “Universal Law” and having founded an esoteric wine-making “monastery” during the prohibition years of the 1930s. According to his own account, his first UFO

:25. 60. Gailledrat 1997; Kotarba and Pezin 1990; Passelac et al. 1990. 61. Sanmartí et al. 1990. 62. Morel 1981a. 63. Calculated on the basis of data from Adroher and Sanchez 2004. 64. Gantès 1990a. 65. Bats 1990b:290. 66. Bertucchi 1992a. 67. Bats 1990b; Bertucchi 1992a. 68. Dietler 1999b, 2005a. 69. Bats 1986; Fitzpatrick 1985; Loughton 2009; Poux 2004; Tchernia 1983, 1986. 70. Tchernia 1986:86. 71. Buxó 1996; Daveau 2007; Py and Buxó 2001. 72. Py and Buxó 2001:41. 73. Convincing evidence for wine–making, as opposed to simply eating grapes, is very rare