The Volks Garten: A Handbook for Gardening with Subtle-Energies

In this book, Elwood creates a survival guide for the modern American family. Because of this sharp decrease in new farms and an increase in current farmers’ ages, he aims to educate the reader on how to become self-sustainable by gardening.

In this book, Elwood creates a survival guide for the modern American family. Because of this sharp decrease in new farms and an increase in current farmers’ ages, he aims to educate the reader on how to become self-sustainable by gardening.

The Volks Garten: A Handbook for Gardening with Subtle-Energies 

by Don Elwood —

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, less than one percent of Americans claim farming as an occupation. But, what if America’s industrial agricultural production crumbles?

In this book, Elwood creates a survival guide for the modern American family. Because of this sharp decrease in new farms and an increase in current farmers’ ages, he aims to educate the reader on how to become self-sustainable by gardening.

Using concepts of reliability, redundancy, synergism and symbiosis, he introduces a 20-year-old triad of gardening techniques.

Through subtle-energy techniques, recycled natural resources and open-pollinated plants in synchronization with God and our environment, Elwood describes how to create a reliable garden at minimum cost.

The book also provides a rich history of farming ancestors.

Great for beginner hobbyists to farmers, the information will help readers produce a fruitful and sustainable garden.

 

$17.99 — Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, 1663 Liberty Drive, Bloomington, IN 47403.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 32, Number 6, December 2013/January 2014.

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