I went on a Wikitrail
/Wikitrail/: n. A haphazard path traced through the internet from subject to subject, with no particular aim in mind, mainly orchestrated by the phrases in a Wikipedia article which lead to other pages, and by the Google search engine
this morning, and I found out about a few things and people - best shared by sharing the links that lead me there:
Fukuoka Farming, "Natural Farming" or "Do-Nothing Farming": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masanobu_Fukuoka
The Soil and Health Library: http://www.soilandhealth.org/index.html This is an ONLINE library!!! You can get digital copies of books that are in the public domain, or out of print. I really hope you click this link and just see the kinds of books they're carrying.
Lady Eve Balfour & her Haughley Experiment: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haughley_Experiment
The book "The Value of Voluntary Simplicity" by Richard B Gregg. (you can access it through the soil and health library for free, or buy a lifetime membership, which I did today :P)
Looks like I've got to go catch my ride (visiting some farms in Arundel today), even though my zucchini bread is still in the oven and has the dampest center I've ever seen! (I added too much zucchini, so it has too much water) What happens when you leave a half-baked bread in the oven and finish cooking it later? ..... I guess I'll find out this afternoon!