Farmer Phil seems to have it all figured out. When Eden and her father move to the country to live on a farm, they're dismayed by the rowed crops, cooped up chickens, and pest problems. Farmer Phil shows them how to work with nature to solve their problems, and together their farms thrive.
This children's book is a great way to introduce kids to the core concept of permaculture - that working with nature can provide more fruitful and sustainable solutions. Illustrated by Victor Guiza, the book is one of the only permaculture children's books in print, and even has a section at the back with noteworthy keywords, like 'swales' and 'food forest'.