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2008 Acres U.S.A.
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October 2008
Featured Articles
Farming in the Peak Water Era
As sources of clean, unpolluted water shrink, how will farmers meet the challenge? These practical tips from renowned organic growers will help you conserve this precious resource.

Water Conservation Inputs for Growers
A concise review of treatments to maximize water usage in crops and soil.

Happier by the Dozen
What it the Brady Bunch lived on an organic farm? They might have discovered, like Laura and Robert Robinson, that it’s a great place to raise a large family.

Soil Carbon: Diamond in the Rough
A detailed look at the benefits and characteristics of this crucial component of living soil, and a simple program to increase soil carbon on your farm.

Tellurium — A Discovery Adventure
It’s one of the more obscure trace minerals, but tellurium has its own fascinating role to play in health maintenance.

Quality Starts in the Womb
Would you like to have an eye for selecting animals that have the ability to function well on a total grass diet? An expert tells you how!

Toxicity for the Gene Pool
A whistle-blower is continuing her fight to expose and stop the use of industrial waste and other toxins in our fertilizers.

Filling Amish Ice Houses
A winter morning spent cutting pond ice provides community fellowship, fun, and the reward of thousands of dollars’ worth of clean, sustainably produced ice.


October 2008
Columns
Interview Paul Roberts: The End of Food
A respected author and journalist who specializes in energy issues and politics turns his attention to the global food industry — and argues that the industrialization of agriculture is an economic model on its last legs.

Eco-Update
Eco-ag news from around the world.

Opinion
Commentary on vital issues affecting organic and sustainable farmers.

Transitions
“Certified Organic Industry News”

Eco-Gardener
“Neem: The Miracle Tree” by Anne Marie Van Nest

Newsletter
Charles Walters on the economy and farm issues

Health & Healing
“Real Milk Cures Many Diseases
by J.R. Crewe, M.D.

The Natural Vet
“First-Rate Farms: Achievable Goals for Whole-Farm Health”
by C. Edgar Sheaffer, V.M.D. & Bonnie M. Sheaffer, R.N.

Books & Information
Reviews of new eco-farming literature

Acres U.S.A. Zips
Letters to the editor

Eco-Resources
A roundup of eco-suppliers

Eco-Meetings
Eco-farming meetings and events across North America

The Last Word
Parting shots from our editor

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