6478Re: is it possible to visit the fukuoka's farm in Shikoku ?
- Sep 25 1:20 PMI visited Fukuoka early in 1984, already at that time the farm was
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "michiyoshibuya"
> Fukuoka stopped hosting volunteers, I think, almost twenty years ago
> (is it correct information? someone please confirm?) and
> now he is completely retired and does not either host volunteers or
> attend his farm(I am confident about this.)
> You can still go visit or volunteer at his son's organic farm but it
> very different from the natural farm Fukuoka described in his book.
> I will be visiting Masanobu Fukuoka to report him about the Greece
> leaving Tokyo on Oct. 12th. (date may change) You can contact me
> privately if you want to come along.
> I do not think there is any farm in Japan which strictly follows
> Fukuoka style. You might be able to find organic farms or other types
> of natural farms where you can live, but I do not have any
> information. WWOOF might be the easiest start, and then maybe you can
> collect more information while you are travelling.
> If you want to learn Fukuoka style farming, for now, Panos' farm in
> Greece may be the only place you can live and learn.
> --- In email@example.com, "headpho" headpho@ wrote:
> > hello
> > In the books of master Fukuoka, he is talking about young people
> > leaving in his farm. This is my dream to become one of them.
> > Is that still possible ? (i'm going to japan in october)
> > he start to getting old, so i'm worried.
> > may be there is other farm where it is possible to leave, or to
> > become apprentice ?
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