The Earth Manual: How to Work on Wild Land Without Taming it
A direct denouncement of the typical Western way of managing land, The Earth Manual provides the reader with an understanding of how to live in cooperation with the land that houses and cares for us. From the benefits of planting hedgerows and tips for reviving a sick or injured tree to collecting rainfall and saving seeds from wild plants, San Francisco Bay-based writer of the landmark text The Ohlone Way, Malcolm Margolin, offers a view of a more holistic way of living.
Soft cover with black and white illustrations throughout.
Condition: Lightly lived in.
Measures ~8"x9.5". 190 pages.