Living on an Acre: A Practical Guide to the Self-Reliant Life
Globe Pequot, 2003 - Architecture - 341 pages
Whether maintaining a second home, starting a part-time farm, or going back to the land, LIVING ON AN ACRE is the leading handbook for the small-scale farmer, and a comprehensive approach to solutions to every land-related problem. LIVING ON AN ACRE covers:
· considering the rural versus the urban life
· choosing a region
· what to think about when remodeling an older house
· how to build a barn
· growing for self-sufficiency versus growing for profit
· raising livestock
· taking in visitors
· farming fish.
· and much more!
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This is in the public domin. Anything published by the Agruculture Department is.
Unless google is going to sell it, they should let us download it.
Review: Living on an Acre: A Practical Guide to the Self-Reliant LifeUser Review - Daniel Brown - Goodreads
Very informative and interesting. It covers so many different ideas on how to attempt home farming. What a great resource. I checked it out of the library but am going to order a copy for myself to keep at home. Read full review