One of my students from the Gardenerd Organic Gardening Series sent me this article that appeared in the LA Times last Thursday. It thought I would share it with you here. It’s a great story with how-to instructions for building no-dig soil and raised beds (without borders). There is also information about a farm exchange program where you can learn a lot by volunteering on a farm.
Hey folks, you can get the books mentioned in the article by clicking on the links below:
Ruth Stout’s original book is hard to find, but the principles are expressed here in this book as well:
Michael Pollan’s book will have you looking at food in a whole new way:
Masanobu Fukuoka’s book is translated from Japanese to English:
Rosalind Creasy has an entire series on Edible Gardens of all kinds. This one is on Landscaping:
Some of these books are expensive because they’re nearly out of print. You can find similar books for less at Amazon as well.