Learning the Language of the Fields ( Foreword INDIES Finalist) — Foreword Reviews
Bookseller since Add to Shopping Cart. Clean text, sound binding. Solid hardcover; Dj. Brilliant photographs and other illustrations. Heavy-stock paper. A comprehensive, systematic statement of environmental theology by a Christian thinker. Contact Steels for more Nature and Ecology titles. Using your natural ability to communicate with the archetypal and elemental life forces of the Earth to create change. Small name stamp.
Full-color illustrations. Billings, Roger E.
Learning the Language of the Fields
Billings actualization of the concept of a Hydrogen Economy. Signed by the author. Binding sound. Sunned spine. Pioneering voices offer wide theological perspectives for solutions to ecological disaster.
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Covers and spine are not creased. Binding is tight. Light shelfwear to edges. Though the health and environmental benefits of sustainable agriculture are well known, a lesser emphasized aspect of this practice is the spiritual growth that can take place as we become intimate conversation partners with the land. For centuries, philosophers and clerics in the West have downplayed the human relationship with nature preferring instead to accentuate our distinction from the natural world on which we are ultimately dependent.
Sustainable agricultural practices serve as a means of reintroducing us to our natural home, helping us, in the words of Thoreau, to "learn the language of the fields. About Daniel: Daniel G. A native of southern Ohio, he has been an organic gardener and seed saver for over thirty years. His current academic work focuses on the notion of integrated health, which sees human well-being as a dynamic balance of spirituality, physical vitality, community involvement, and ecological integrity. Seed Saving for Resilience. Betsy Goodman. Historically, seed saving is something that every gardener did.
Now, we are more product oriented and less aware of the value associated with allowing our plants to complete the whole cycle, that is-seed, plant, fruit, seed.
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Here, we will discuss the importance of seed saving as well as the fundamental basic concepts that a seed saver needs to know. Then, we will focus on specific vegetables upon request. She has worked with various farmers, herbalists, and seed producers along the West Coast. Labels: agriculture , animal welfare , aquaponics , beginning farmers , grazing , HSUS , Stewardship , Sustainable Agriculture , urban agriculture , women farmers , young farmers. No comments:.
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