Soil and Health Library
Friends and neighbors, today I want to tell you about a remarkable find I made the last time I visited Tasmania (in the virtual reality of my dreams and the internet.) I discovered a remarkable site hosted by Steve Solomon. Mr. Soloman is formaly from Oregon where he ran a very successful seed company for many years. In addition Mr. Solomon wrote a book on gardening during draught conditions that is the final word on the subject.
Instead of me stumbling through this, I am just going to quote from Mr. Solomon. I hope he doesn't mind.
"Health begins in the soil; Healing begins with hygiene; Liberty begins with freedom.
This website provides free e-books about holistic agriculture, holistic health and self-sufficient homestead living. There are secondary collections about social criticism and transformational psychology. Upon special request the Soil and Health Library provides custom-made digital copies of a wider range of books in the same subject areas for its patrons, delivered on CD-ROM by post.
When all the library's subject areas are comprehended as an inter-related whole its books constitute a self-guided course of study or a self-teaching curriculum that connects agricultural methods to the health of animals and humans, shows how to prevent and heal disease and increase longevity, suggests how to live a more fulfilling life and reveals social forces working against that possibility."
I don't know what more I could possibly add to that except the URL is http:www.soilandhealth.org. There is a one-time life-time membership donation of ten pounds (about $13.50) requested.