From Library Journal
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I'd been wanting to read this book for some time. I was a bit disheartened to find it a "preachy" read, harping on our connection to nature (referred to as Gaia... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I know I bought it second hand but I dont expect the leaves to be falling apart after few browsing. No, I havent started understanding the contents. Read morePublished 17 months ago by edwin icogo
-Very 'personable' (by this I mean it reads like you're talking to the author in a one-on-one conversation)
-Lots of anecdotal evidence and... Read more
I was hoping for more direction on how to plant a forest garden. This is not really a guide but full of interesting and helpful facts.Published 22 months ago by Maryellen V. Little
This book is very good. It is the story of a great man who advocated a new form of agriculture more sustainable.Published on January 17, 2013 by Amazon Customer
great read, good illustrations and clear writing make this an excellent book for anyone interested in environmentally sound gardening and healthy eatingPublished on December 18, 2012 by riotthill
A good follow up book to the philosophy of what it means to grow a Forest Garden. Robert Hart shares his story beautifully. Delivered in good shape and timely.Published on November 30, 2010 by S. Perkins
The author states in his introduction that this is not a "how to" book. If you are looking for a helpful book to get you started in forest gardening, this is probably not the book... Read morePublished on March 14, 2009 by E. Hankins
This book is among the top three books I've ever read because it gives hope. Although I have a great deal of education, it's admittedly light on science which is probably why I was... Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by J. Jones