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The Contrary Farmer (Real Goods Independent Living Book)

by Gene Logsdon

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Gene Logsdon offers an alternative to the decline of the family farm by explaining how to successfully engage in what he calls "cottage farming" part-time for enjoyment as well as profit. This book gives readers the tools and information they need to grow their own food in a sustainable and Earth-friendly fashion, but it also tells some great, hilarious stories and includes some truly beautiful and evocative writing. This is not a dry, "how-to" book; it's a really great read even if you haven't a clue about (or any interest in) farming.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:21:59 -0400)

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