Re: [fukuoka_farming] Searching
> Howdy all! I'm new to the group and sent one email already but I'm nothello Garett
> sure it was received so I thought I'd try it again. I'm an aspiring farmer
> with loads of natural farming questions, but I thought I'd start with the
> one that's most heavily pressing on my mind. Simply put, where can I
> intensely study the methods of natural farming. I sincerely desire to gain
> first hand experience in these methods and become more exposed to this
> vital and consequential knowledge in any way and every possible. I am more
> than willing to offer my time, energy, skills, etc, but I just need to
> know where. Can anyone help steer me on my course. Thanks.
I am practicing natural farming with dedication for over 10 years ( 5 on
this new land ) i met natural farmers in India and met in person Masanobu
There is many places in India and other poor countries . In my Opinion they
understand better the urgency and the necessity of that aproach to farming
than any peoples in the west ( who have been educated ..) here in an island
of British colombia ( canada ) i am transforming a fir and alder forest into
an edible forest .
We have presently, staying with us , a person who came to be around natural
farming and also raw food diet . We will be open to consider your interest
in practicing natural farming here with us and will be a must for us and you
if you were also into eating naturally a raw food diet as we are not cooking
.i send you my web site www.natural-wisdom.com/community.htm that present
our familly and what we are looking for . Please answer me privatelly about
your own reasons to want to join us if it is the case .
I precise we are not a business but want to learn to maintain ourselves the
natural way , may be we can help each other.
i am waiting for you to contact me