Re: [fukuoka_farming] Fukuoka Documentary & synergistic articles
- I did find a distributor for One Straw Revolution, Natural Way of
Farming, Road Back to Nature in the U.S.: Straw Revolution, PO Box 9109,
Sante Fe, NM 87504. 509 984-2286 phone. 909 498- 7793 fax.
info@.... The first book is $25.00 in paperback, and the
other two are $30.00 in paperback. I wasn't charged any shipping.
These are imported from India. Jack Finefrock.
> as u may know we would like to facilitate the accessibility to[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> books by setting up a trust or whatever that would maintain the
> distribution of all his books & secure him (& kind) the receiving of
> author's rights...but so far no news from him about this proposal...as
> seem to manage to communicate with him (via his students?), would u be
> willing to try to know what does he feel about? how is his legacy to
> continue to inspire other people in spite of his eventual departure
> this plane?
> Xavier, the first article on the seedballs site was written in french
> all the others with the practical advice, only in english...yes, of
> course u
> may translate them! thanks a lot for ur contribution in this endeavour
> please let me know when they are done.
> please tell ur friends to contact: eve@... &
> escampe@... to
> connect with perma people in the southwest & rest of france.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "oborowik" <oborowik@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 28, 2002 5:35 PM
> Subject: [fukuoka_farming] Fukuoka Documentary
> > I have just come back from filming a segment with Masanobu Fukuoka
> > his mountain hut for a documentary I am working on. Yes it is sadly
> > true that Fukuoka does not grow rice anymore, but he is still very
> > active, even at 89, with two students and is planning to go to
> > Afganistan this summer with seedballs.
> > His latest book that is only available in Japanese is filled with
> > pictures and is a testament to his legacy.
> > I would like to ask the newsgroup a favour. The 1982 documentary
> > from the Rodale Press has footage of Fukuoka on his farm that is
> > owned by NHK. The footage is from a 1976 Japanese documentary about
> > Fukuoka. Unfortunately NHK does not have the raw footage anymore,
> > only footage with subtitles.
> > Does anyone know of any other documentary that has featured Fukuoka
> > and his rice fields?
> > I appreciate your help.
> > Cheers,
> > Oksana
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