Trees, Why Do you Wait?
America's Changing Rural Culture

Trees, Why Do You Wait? is a moving oral history chronicling the changes taking place in rural America .Through it, we meet real people of the heartland and feel the suffering and the strength in their relationship to the land.

286 pages
6 x 9

Beyond 40%
Record-Setting Recycling And Composting Programs

Beyond 40% is a practical guide for communities trying to solve their solid waste disposal problems.

280 pages
8.5 x 11

Grass Productivity

Grass Productivity is a prodigiously documented textbook of scientific information concerning every aspect of management "where the cow and grass meet." Andre Voisin's "rational grazing" method maximizes productivity in both grass and...

370 pages
6 x 9
40 photos, 35 illustrations

From The Land
Articles Compiled From The Land 1941-1954

Edited by Nancy Pittman

Begun in 1941 as an outgrowth of Friends of the Land, the journal The Land was an attempt by editor Russell Lord to counteract -- through education, information, and inspiration -- the rampant abuse of soil, water, trees and rivers. But...

491 pages
6 x 9

Tree Crops
A Permanent Agriculture

A complete reference for growing high-yield fruit- and nut-bearing trees.

422 pages
6 x 9
137 photos, 8 illustrations

Green Fields Forever
The Conservation Tillage Revolution In America

Green Fields Forever changes the way Americans think about agriculture. It is the story of 'conservation tillage'--a new way to grow food for the first time that works with, rather than against, the soil. Farmers who are...

209 pages
6 x 9

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