6481Re: [fukuoka_farming] Re: Map of natural farms and meeting
- Sep 25, 2007It is not easy to get knowledge of natural farming by books ,meetings and seminars. It is better to practice natural farming may be in very small piece of land.- Raju
Nandan Palaparambil <p_k_nandanan@...> wrote: >
> Also how many of fukuoka's books are available, andOne straw revolution, Back to Nature and Natural
> in what language?
farming - theory and practice are available here. One
straw revolution and Back to Nature are available in
my local language Malayalam (Kerala state). Recently I
talked to the C.P.Gangadharan who had translated One
Straw revolution from English to Malayalam. To my
surprise, I came to know that he is my school teacher
and is near to my village.
I heard that there is another Fukuoka book, is it
available in India?
>This is a good suggestion, would like to attend such a
> How about making a function with which people can
> add reports on
> their private visit to the natural farms in addition
> to the more
> official information of those farms?
> (sorry, it is so easy for me to just make a proposal
> and give work
> to others, but please do whatever you think you
> would like to do and
> you think it is helpful to people around you.)
function to meet like minded people.
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