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New Book on Creating A Food Forest!

Posted by Julie Pagliaro almost 9 years ago

Martin Crawford, who appeared in "A Farm for the Future" has written a book, Creating A Forest Garden, Working with Nature to Grow Edible Crops

I just purchased the new book, Creating A Forest Garden, Working With Nature to Grow Edible Crops by Martin Crawford, who appeared in "A Farm for the Future". It looks like a winner and I wanted to let others know about it. It is available at www.greenbooks.co.uk. I found my copy at Amazon.com.

 

From the backcover:

Creating A Forest Garden tells you everything you need to know, whether you want to plant a small area in your backyard or develop a larger plot. It includes advice on planning, design (using permaculture principles), planting and maintenance, and a detailed directory of over 500 trees, shrubs, herbaceous perennials, annuals, root crops and climbers - almost all of them edible and many very unusual...

 

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Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
Verifying teacher: Geoff Lawton
Other Teachers: Bill Mollison
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Date: Jan 2008

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