"Astounding farming skill of the ancient Peruvians, who were among the most industrious and highly organized people in history." This is the subtitle of this article documenting a 1915 expedition to Peru to investigate the old Incan and pre-Incan farming techniques and culture. Their terracing systems are unparalleled.
This book offers potentially world-transforming information, ideas, and insights on the social, ecological and climatic problems now threatening the future of humanity.
This is a tiny book of barely 100 small pages having as much or more to do with city planning and landscape architecture on a macro-scale as it does with farming.
In this book Faulkner reconsiders Plowman's Folly. Especially interesting is his review of the literature which makes up the essential core of this library.
How farming and overall public health should be improved, post World War II.
Highly unusual viewpoints with a cult following.
A successful livestock farmer provides excellent advice to the young wishing to enter farming as a life-work. There are wise suggestions for the practicing farmer. Henderson was a crusty, enjoyable person well worthy of spending a few hour's time with.
We have been informed (October, 2014) that this worthy title has been brought back in print and is available through all the usual sources.
Howard wrote this book to create public support for organic farming.
Stapledon's lectures and short essays mainly in response to the stress WWII placed on feeding the population.