Making Small Farms Work

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    We have decided to self-publish our book, Making Small Farms Work, and aim to have it with you very soon. To achieve this we will be launching a crowd source campaign in a few days time so you can pre-order a copy to raise the funds to print and ship the book to you. This will be a co-publishing project, a community effort to get this important resource out in the world. Please be aware the book will only be available direct from the farm, so if you are interested please read more here; https://www.ridgedalepermaculture.com/blog/new-book-making-small-farms-work

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    “Industrial chemical agriculture, producing twenty times as much dead eroding soil as food needed every year, is the most destructive industry of mankind - more so than fossil fuels or any mining. Developing a new biologically-based, and holistically managed, regenerative agriculture is imperative if civilization as we know it is to survive. I heartily recommend Richard's book for all socially conscious new and old farmers.”


    Allan Savory President, Savory Institute & Chairman, Africa Center for Holistic Management.
     
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