Monthly Archives: December 2011

End of The One-Straw Resolution

So, with the last post (Rain Falls from the Ground!) The One-Straw Resolution is completed. It is a book I wrote nearly 3 years ago, a first draft written over about a 3 month period. I have not attempted to … Continue reading

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Rain Falls from the Ground!

We pass over the obvious already sure we understand what it means. We do not give a proper hearing to words we think we already understand. The following words say something so obvious we do not even hear it, yet … Continue reading

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The Natural Farming of Orchards – Part Three

Transplanting The question of whether to seed or transplant fruit trees is not as simple as modern agriculture supposes. It is quite true that transplanted trees will give a return of fruit more quickly than those grown from seed. Yet, … Continue reading

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The Natural Farming of Orchards – Part Two

A Natural Orchard The essence of an natural orchard is to simply allow the trees to be, by the do-nothing of simply seeding, the tree sends down its root system, sends up its branches, without the ordering order of human … Continue reading

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