David Livingston wrote:Well the Land Lord wants to give me some more land !
He is very happy with what I am doing the problem is I am not sure I want it . As part of an on going dispute with the farmer next door he want the Farmer to shift his cows off one of the field and give the land to me . The land is almost solid clay with a thin layer of topsoil and cow shit having been over grazed since Adam was a boy Any suggestions ?
David Livingston wrote: Its a great picture I agree . Our artist freind stayed a couple of days recovering from a broken leg as her flat in Paris was full of stairs .
The bread will be fine I am sure ,more pics to follow as for the folks with scythes they are the Faucheurs Volontaires http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faucheurs_volontaires
I wish some scythe handlers in this country
Hans Quistorff wrote:
I rotationally mow my fields to provide mulch for my vines, trees and garden beds. Providing naturally grown food for the Fresh Food Revolution Co-op along with like minded small holding community farmers is my form of corporate defiance.
Good for you. I hope your actions will be enough though.