A small farm in Maine

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Doubleday, Mar 1, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 211 pages
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In the early '70s, Terry and Mark Silber were busy pursuing urban careers. On weekends, they retreated to a farm in Maine. Soon they were selling their produce at the farmer's market. One Monday, they didn't go back, and Hedgehog Hill farm was born. Here is how they were transformed from office dwellers to country folk living off the land.

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Substance: The emerging life of a sophisticated, professional couple as they transition from corporate / academic life to agriculture and education. Full of interesting information for other budding ... Read full review

A small farm in Maine

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This is not the typical "how we left the city to find peace in the country'' narrative, but the story of the evolution of Hedgehog Hill Farm from a weekend getaway for two Boston professionals to a ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
A REFUGE
7
A FIRST GARDEN
22
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Silber is a gardener, designer, writer, and co-founder of Hedghog Hill Farm. She earned her A.B. at the University of New Hampshire. She was art director for the Atlantic Monthly.