The Change Maker's Book Shelf
People are wonderful! We are getting recommendations for books to read. I am listing them here so we can build up a great reference shelf for those wanting to learn more. This will keep you busy!
Recommened by L.K. on the Horses for Future facebook group 9/30/19:
Reed Warbler - a New Agriculture, a New Earth by
Charles Massy is an enlightening read!
Who’s Minding the Farm by Patrice Newell is also interesting!
Anything by Allan Savory of the Savory Institute is worth reading or listening to as well.
The RegenNarration podcasts are worth listening to.
None of the above are specifically about horses but they are all passionate about sequestering carbon and doing the best for our world by regenerating our lands and reintroducing biodiversity.
This was just for starters. The following were recommended in posts from 9/30/19 to Dec. 2019.
Charles Massy : Call of the Reed Warbler: A New Agriculture – A New Earth.
Isabella Tree: Wilding
Gabe Brown: Dirt To Soil
Jeff Lowensfell and Wayne Lewi: Teaming with Microbes
Heather Darby: The Art and Science of Grazing
two books by Dale Strickler, one on pasture management and one on drought-resistant farming
William Bryant Logan: SPROUT LANDS: Tending the Endless Gift of Trees, by arborist German books
Dr. Tanja Romanazzi: Pferdehaltung und Permakultur
Christiane Maute: Homöopathie für Pflanzen, Homöopathie für Rosen
Vaikunthanath D Kaviraj: Homöopathie für Garten und Landwirtschaft
Wolfgang Becvar: Wege zur ganzheitlichen Landwirtschaft
Recycling of twine and nets in Germany
The Great Disruptor to the Anthropocene - Charlie Massy speaking at Groundswell 2019 - Charles Massy talks about the enormous promise of regenerative agriculture as expounded in his best-selling book Call of the Reed Warbler: A New Agriculture – A New Earth.
Allan Savory - A commonsense resolution to restore our environment - Live at Groundswell 2019 - Allan talks about the cause of both global desertification and climate change in which agriculture is playing possibly a greater role than fossil fuel emissions. And he will explain why two new paradigm-shifting concepts are involved in any solution: Management and policy need to be holistic and no longer reductionist and livestock, in greatly increased numbers, are essential to any solution.
Ted Talk Allan Savory
Horse Welfare Day
Farming Matters March 24-25 2020cAlbury NSW
Equiculture talk at Knepp castle (UK) in April 2020