“A concept destined to appeal to that intrepid individual whose independent nature finds the idea of abandoning the grocery store alluring.” (Carol Haggas - Booklist)
“A helpful addition, alongside Bartholomew and Jeavons, for the serious DIY gardener.” (Margaret Heller - Library Journal)
Brett L. Markham is an engineer, third-generation farmer, and polymath. Using the methods explained in his book, he runs a profitable, Certiﬁed Naturally Grown mini farm on less than half an acre. Brett works full time as an engineer for a broadband ISP and farms in his spare time. He lives in New Ipswich, New Hampshire.
Really well written and informative - great resource, and a fun read!Published 2 days ago by Keyser Soze
I have been collecting books on gardening and plants for years. I have 18 acres and have tried many things on our farm but this is one of my favorite books of all time. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Annetta K. Wolfe
I am far from having a mini farm, but this book is stuffed full of useful information. I am learning a lot, implementing some suggestions, and saving others for next year.Published 12 days ago by CollieLady
I was hoping for information on how to maximize yield with diverse crops in the space I have, and this book was a fantastic resource. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Debbie Landis
The author sifts through a variety of intensive farming methods and uses common sense to pull out the best parts of each. This is a resource that I keep coming back to.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer