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    A good friend of mine works for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and is a district manager.

    He sent me this link

    The good thing about it is that it doesn’t assume that everything must be done in a huge agribusiness way. Many of the books and leaflets are from the 20s and 30s.


    Also check out the Soil and Health Library, begun by Steve Solomon, author of the best gardening book for the PNW: Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades, and founder of Territorial Seeds. He’s since fled the US for Tasmania; he wears a tinfoil hat.

    “This website provides free e-books, mainly about holistic agriculture, holistic health and self-sufficient homestead living. There are secondary collections about social criticism and transformational psychology. No fees are collected for this service.

    The library’s subject seemingly-diverse topic areas actually connect agricultural methods to the consequent health or illness of animals and humans, shows how to prevent and heal disease and increase longevity, suggests how to live a more fulfilling life and reveals social forces working against that possibility.”

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