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"Perhaps the most radical thing you can do in our time is to start turning over the soil, loosening it up for the crops to settle in, and then stay home and tend them."
- Rebecca Solnit
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The University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry – resources for producing black walnut, chestnuts, elderberry, mushrooms and more.
www.centerforagroforestry.org/profit/index.asp#black.

The Leopold Center summarizes differences in nutrients in organic and conventional production systems and covers other scientific findings about organic agriculture at: www.organicag.org

Inspected livestock and poultry processing plants in Maine:
http://maine.gov/agriculture/qar/qarforms/meatplantlist2.pdf
or Henrietta Beaufait, 287-7512.

Using bats to control corn earworm:
www.southernsare.uga.edu/commongrnd/08autumn.pdf

Organic wild blueberry production:
www.wildblueberries.maine.edu/factsheets.html

Directory of organizations developing innovative approaches to producing, processing and marketing food from family farms: www.farmaid.org

Financial performance of organic operations in Minnesota: www.finbin.umn.edu/

Case studies of 17 dairy farm anaerobic digesters that produce renewable energy: www.focusonenergy.com/biogascasebook

How a hairy vetch mulch influences genetic expression in tomatoes: jxb.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/59/9/2337

    

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