Read about organic and sustainable farmers from across Canada focused on how to build and maintain healthy and productive soils.
As its rather alarming title indicates, it deals exclusively with fecal matter discussed from every possible point of view.
The Polytunnel Handbook describes one of the most powerful horticultural tools created with plastic. A polytunnel is a walk-in greenhouse structure ‘glazed’ with polyethylene clear plastic sheeting.
Recipe for Raising Chickens makes us feel that we are right there with the chickens as they go through their cycles of laying, setting on and hatching eggs and caring for their chicks until they are able to go out on their own.
This book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in keeping organic seed free from genetically engineered (GE) contamination.
In this book, Maurice J Hladik challenges many of our convictions as organic growers, tackling just about every controversial aspect of growing food.
A thorough farming manual that lays out a human-scale farming system centered on good growing practices and appropriate technology.
An excerpt from Wildly Affordable Organic, a book written for people who want “to eat like it matters but felt [they] couldn’t afford it.”
When English horticulturalist Robert Hart set out in the mid-1960s to create a healthy and self-sufficient lifestyle for himself and his handicapped brother, he purchased a few acres of land in Shropshire near the Welsh border and began to farm.