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An Artists Perspective - Dorsey James / Sculptor

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Written by Dorsey James

 
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Edible Forest Gardens: Part 1: Why?

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Written by Trent Rhode

 
For thousands of years, humanity has toiled in the earth, working the land for sustenance. For thousands of years, the dominant culture’s practical understanding of growing food has remained essentially the same.

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When Rivers Run Dry

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Fred Pearce - 324 pages - Beacon Press (2006)

Pearce has written the definitive book on the world's hydrological crisis. Never mind the risk to global stability caused by dwindling oil supplies - the wars of tomorrow will be fought over access to clean water.

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