Pumpkin in the News:
Listen to "Pumpkin Love: From Lattes to Beer" for an interview with Cindy on CBC radio Canada's Early Edition, aired Oct 21, 2013
Read "How Did Pumpkins Become Scary Halloween Staple?" an excerpt of Pumpkin in Parade magazine, Oct 23, 2013
Read Cindy explain the Pumpkin Latte craze in: Toronto's National Post; New York Post; and Salon
Read "Giant Pumpkins" by Cindy Ott on the Oxford University Press Blog
Read "Why Americans Go Crazy For Pumpkin And Pumpkin-Flavored Stuff" on the NPR blog, the Salt
Read "Biting into Me: Food's Role in Identity and Connection" on Maurice Tracy's HuffPost blog
Barnes and Noble Featured Book in fall 2013
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Read an Excerpt from the Book:
Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books
Pumpkin is a part of the series of Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books. This series by the University of Washington Press explores human relationships with natural environments in all their variety and complexity. They seek to cast new light on the ways that natural systems affect human communities, the ways that people affect the environments of which they are a part, and the ways that different cultural conceptions of nature profoundly shape our sense of the world around us.
The Weyerhaeuser Environmental Book series is edited by William Cronon, Frederick Jackson Turner and Vilas Research Professor of History, Geography, and Environmental Studies, University of Wisconsin - Madison.