Letter to a young farmer : how to live richly without wealth on the new garden farm / Gene Logsdon ; foreword by Wendell Berry.
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- ISBN: 9781603587259
- ISBN: 160358725X
- Physical Description: xiv, 210 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: White River Junction, Vermont : Chelsea Green Publishing, 
- Copyright: ©2017
|Formatted Contents Note:||
No such thing as "The American Farmer" -- Farming is all about money, even when it isn't -- The economic decentralization of nearly everything -- The ripening of a "rurban" culture -- The barns at the center of the garden farm universe -- Backyard sheep -- Hauling livestock : the ultimate test of your farming mettle -- The cow stable : Health spa of the future -- The rise of the modern plowgirl -- Fining and keeping a new age farm partner -- Big data and robot farming -- The invasion of the paranoids -- One cow's forage is another cow's poison -- Pasture farming as part of garden farming -- The wild-plant explorers -- The most stubborn farmer of us all -- Have we deflowered our virgin soils? -- The resurrection of a really free market -- Artisanal food in the new age of farming -- Why fake steak won't ever rule the meat market -- The homebodies -- If Michelangelo had to drive to work -- A fable about the end of "Get big or get out" -- The real background behind the fading of industrial farming -- In praise of rural simplicity (whatever that is).
In his final book of essays - completed just weeks before he died - self-described "contrary farmer" Gene Logsdon addresses the next generation of small-scale "garden farmers" seeking a better way of life.--COVER.
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