Buying and Setting Up Your Small Farm or Ranch
By Lynn R. Miller
This new illustrated book offers some uniquely modern and helpful information geared towards assisting people to “land”- a new small farm operation of their own. Beginning with the “what fors”- and “where fors”-, and walking carefully through the pitfalls and challenges of the looking and buying process, this book could save the prospective farm buyer time,money, and headache. If you are dreaming of a small “working place”- in the country where you can grow your own food, and some to sell, this book will help mold your dreams into a working plan of action. If you’re into the process of trying to buy a farm and stymied by all the gibberish and form sand sales people. This book should even the odds for you.

An added attraction of this text are the chapters dealing with the peculiar and specific needs of a farm that is to be operated by animal power (whether as sole power source or in tandem with tractors).

Fear Not to Sow Because of the Birds
by Paul Keene
ISBN 0-87106-666-1
ISBN: 0-871066-661
Publisher: Globe Pequot Pr
Pub. Date: December, 1988
Essays on Country Living and Natural Farming from Walnut Acres
by Paul Keene, Dorothy Z. Seymour, Dorothy Jane Mills
Inspired by his experiences in India and his conversations with Mahatma Gandhi, Keene began Walnut Acres-one of the first and most successful organic farms in the USA. This book is about living life according to simple, natural, and basic principles, as land stewardship, and finding great joy in it.

The Home Water Supply
(How to Find, Filter, Store, and Conserve it)
by Stu Campbell
Alpine Press, USA, 1986, Third Edition
ISBN 0-88266-324-0

Stu Campbell provides concrete and money-saving answers to questions that range from locating water to digging a pond to hooking up the plumbing in your home. You’ll know when to try something yourself, when to call a plumber or other expert.
You’ll learn:

  • How to find water
  • How to move it
  • How to purify it
  • And how to store and distribute it in your home

Speaking About Varnasrama, Srila Prabhupada on Varnasrama and Farm Community Development
Compiled by Hare Krishna devi dasi
Editor: Suresvara das
ISBN 0-89312-316-3 (Volume 1)
Bhaktivedanta Book Trust
Bhaktivedanta Archives
P.O. Box 255, Sandy Ridge, NC, 27046, USA
PH# 336-871-3636, [email protected]

Srila Prabhupada presents a vision of a spiritual society. Citing Bhagavad-gita, he advocates Varnasrama dharma, a social institution in which people gain spiritual satisfaction and spiritual advancement by doing their daily work as an offering to God.