Books to Add to Your Library

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Books for your Library

“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.”

 Marcus Tullius Cicero

These will help you gain an understanding as to why growing food is important in today’s society. They include how and why synthetic fertilizers and chemical pesticides have been incorporated into our food system, how they are created, why they were initially created as well as their current effects on our world.

  • “Alchemy of Air” Thomas Hager
  • “Silent Spring” Rachel Carson
  • “Secrets of the Soil”, Peter Tompkins

The following books include an understanding and how to utilize nature’s principles to easily grow food yourself:

  • “Teaming with Microbes”, Jeff Lownfels & Wayne Lewis
  • “The One-Straw Revolution: An Introduction to Natural Farming”, Masanobu Fukuoka
  • “Gaia’s Garden”, Toby Hemenway
  • “Sepp Holzer’s Permaculture”, Sepp Holzer
  • “Permaculture I and II”, Bill Mollison

The following books teach you different methods of raising humus successfully: 

  • Mycelium Running”, Paul Stametes
  • “The Earthworm Book”, Jerry Minnich
  • “Harnessing the Earthworm”, T. J. Barrett
  • “How the Earth Moved”, Amy Stewart

The following books help you to get started!

  • “Perennial Vegetables”, Toby Toensmeier
  • “Liquid Gold, The Lore and Logic of Using Urine to Grow Plants”, Carol Steinfeld
  • “Everything I want to do is illegal!”, Joel Salatin
  • “You Can Farm”, Joel Salatin

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