Community Supported Agriculture
This timely sequel to the popular inspirational blueprint for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is set to guide this rapidly growing movement to the next stage in its development. The authors provide very practical examples and information that will be of service to growers and shareholders alike without losing sight of the heart and excitement that makes CSA central to the renewal of agriculture.
of Tomorrow Revisited:
Community Supported Farms Farm Supported Communities
by Steven McFadden, Trauger M. Groh
of the Small Family Farm:
A Handbook for Starting a Successful Organic Farm Based on the Concepts of Community Supported Agriculture
by Bob Gregson
|This timely sequel to the popular inspirational blueprint for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is set to guide this rapidly growing movement to the next stage in its development. The authors provide very practical examples and information that will be of service to growers and shareholders alike without losing sight of the heart and excitement that makes CSA central to the renewal of agriculture.||Lots of information for the 1st-time, small acreage
Reviewer: A reader from USA, 1999
The Gregsons came from an urban life out to make a small farm. Through many trials and errors (which they humbly share) they have found a successful formula for earning a sustainable income from a few acres. This is a must read for anyone considering a CSA farm.
Tools and Concepts for Self-Reliant Economic Change
by George Benello, Robert Swann, Shann Turnbull, Ward Morehouse
The International Context of Rural Poverty in the Third World:
Confronting Natural Hazards With Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Communities
(Natural Hazards and Disasters)
by Raymond J. Burby
This volume focuses on the breakdown in sustainability, the capacity of the planet to provide quality of life now and in the future - that is signaled by disaster. The authors bring to light why land use and sustainability have been ignored in devising public policies that deal with natural hazards. They lay out a vision of sustainability, concrete suggestions for policy reform, and procedures for planning.
the Common Good:
Redirecting the Economy Toward Community, the Environment, and a Sustainable Future
by Herman Daly, John Cobb, Clifford Cobb
Daly (economist, the World Bank) and Cobb (philosophy, Claremont Graduate School) expose the outmoded abstractions of mainstream economic theory. They conclude, in particular, that economic growth -- the prevailing yardstick for measuring economic success -- is no longer an appropriate goal as energy consumption, overpopulation, and pollution increase. Instead, they propose a new measure for the economy -- the Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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