3 edition of Farming the small forest found in the catalog.
Farming the small forest
Laurence C. Walker
|Statement||Laurence C. Walker.|
|LC Classifications||SD387.W6 W35 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||176 p. :|
|Number of Pages||176|
|LC Control Number||88080192|
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A small farm can range from a half-acre with a few laying hens and a small veggie garden, to 40 acres with cattle, dairy cows, sheep, goats. Gourmet mushrooms are a high value crop which can be a great addition to a diversified farming operation, especially if they are lucky enough to be situated on land with a decent parcel of hardwood forest (for log production), or willing to invest in the equipment necessary for more intensive cultivation.Greening forest— All at a distance, All a lost season where The world is suspended Upside-down in a sky-Bound drop of dew, Plashing love—don’t think I can’t hear you, The sound of your passing Fingertips, caressing The empty air, Holy as the sun, still Seen behind closed eyes.