Coming into balance with natural systems- how to provide food, fiber, fuel and flora without extracting more than what must be returned? Agriculture that mimics natural systems- silvopastures, food forests, and the polyculture model are being deployed profitably in farms across the globe. If you are interested in these systems, this is a great entry level article, we also recommend the author-- Eric Toensmeier's new book on Carbon Farming.
Book: www.chelseagreen.com/the-carbon-farming-solution
Article: permaculturenews.org/2016/01/21/polyculture-pattern-language-nitrogen-fixation-patterns/
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'From the Land Comes the Cloth' describes the rich history and a series of stunning photos of Harris Tweed by Ian Lawson in Selvedge Magazine: "As I began to photograph the landscape, the people, and the tweed, I started to see patterns emerge. A beat began and the rhythm of Harris Tweed flowed into my consciousness and into my pictures..."
What patterns emerge as the land becomes cloth in your fibershed?
www.exacteditions.com/read/selvedge/issue-60-39829/20/3?dps=
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