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|Posté le: Mar 27 Juin - 08:55 (2017) Sujet du message: Gotta Get Back To The Garden: From Woodstock To FOODSTOCK (
In 1969 Barbara and 500,000 youthful and excited adventure-seekers, famous musicians, ponderer's and a few farmers happened to come across WOODSTOCK as they gathered at Max Yasgur’s dairy farm in Bethel, New York. Max Yasgur shared in an interview with the New York Times on August 18, 1969, “If the generational gap is going to be closed, we older people have to do much more than we have done.” Just as Max, a pioneer farmer in the Northeast, in 2009 Barbara launched her dream to become an organic farmer in Metro-Denver CO. At that time, there were just a handful of pioneers in the local production revolution. Barbara began FOODSTOCK with precious heirloom seeds, shovels, volunteers and mentors as they began to give birth to a new farm called Harvest Mountain Farm Gardens in Lakewood, CO. This engaging true story of Gotta Get Back to the Garden, Barbara shares her adventure-packed journey as a Metro-Denver Organic Urban Farmer. You will be astounded by the sound bites she provides on the most original and creative practices of organic gardening. Barbara shares true stories from multiple food revolutionaries as she joined in the much-needed education and activism that ignited the change from desolate urban and suburban land to flourish once more. Inspirational Quote from Barbara Moore: “I came upon a child of God who was walking along the road and this is what they told me. We are going on down to Yasgur’s farm going to join in a rock and roll band because we gotta get our soul free.” Enjoy learning about small farm operations and management, volunteering adventures, mentors are a must for starting an organic farm or garden. There are true stories of dozens of local food advocates from Metro Denver. Learn about how spirituality and restoring the land can and does work together. Pioneers and advocates for restoring our land must arise together to get us back to the garden where all is "very good".
bound: 116 pages
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 3, 2017)
isbn: 154513958X, 978-1545139585,
weight: 8.2 ounces (