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- Aldo Leopold
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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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