Soil & Health books compiled by Steve Solomon.
(thanks to Walter H.)
Appalachian Staple Foods Collaborative (ASFC): http://attra.ncat.org/interviews/asfc.html
(thanks to Laura S.)
"The Small Grains" - Mark Alfred Carleton (1915)
Online through google books search, or see link by David M below on 10/10/10.
Highly recommended by our Mt Vernon grain research scientist, Dr. Jones
BOOKS & PAMPHLETS-
Small-Scale Grain Raising - Gene Logsdon ISBN 0-87857-134-5
and ISBN 0-87857-147-7 pbk (1977)
The Scythe Book - Mowing Hay, Cutting Weeds, and Harvesting Small Grains with Hand Tools - David Tresemer ISBN 938670-00-x (1981)
The Small Grains" - Mark Alfred Carleton (1915)
Highly recommended by our Mt Vernon Dr. Jones, and now available to read online by searching Google books. (thanks David M) (Anyone finding a hard copy be sure to buy one!)
Seed to Seed - Seed Saving & Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners -
by Suzanne Ashworth
The Self-Sufficient Life and How to Live It - John Seymour
Learning To Grow All Your Own Food - A One-Bed Model For Compost, Diet & Income Crops - Carol Cox & Staff from Ecology Action - Self-Teaching Mini-Series #26 -
Home Grown Whole Grains - by Sara Plizer (2009) ISBN 978-1-60342-153-9
VIDEOS & Y-TUBES
Instructional videos by Walter Haugen of FA Farm (YouTube)
"Walter Haugen on Growing Wheat"
Instructional videos by Dan Jason of Salt Spring Seeds (www.saltspringseeds.com).
"Soil & Soil Buidling Workshop Introduction" - Walter H
"Broad Fork - U-Bar Workshop" - Brian K
Fabulous Fava Beans with Farmer Walter H
(see many new & old blog posts on our WT site under tab 'Blog' )
“Just How Valuable Are Grains & Dry Beans Anyways?” - Walter H
“Celt's Garden – Growing Crackers” - Celt S
“Celt's Garden – Slow Bread” - Celt S
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EVENTS from past-
Winter Community Seed-Swap 2011 - Sunday January 30th -11:30 am-3pm
"Growing Dry Beans & Grains in the Pacific Northwest: a Step-By-Step Guide to Producing Your Own Staple Foods" – Krista Rome. Obtain your book online, or direct from the farmer/author at a local Farmers Market. http://www.backyardbeansandgrains.com/index.html