On this page you will find guidelines and recommendations for living and working at D Acres of New Hampshire. If you have any questions or comments, give us a call at (603) 786-2366 or email us at email@example.com.
We would like to share some basic guidelines that we ask you to accept to make your stay at D Acres of New Hampshire pleasurable and happy for everyone:
(All books available on-premises)
Gardening and Homesteading
The Good Life: Helen and Scott Nearing's Sixty Years of Self-Sufficient Living by Helen and Scott Nearing, Schocken Books, New York: 1989.
The New Organic Grower: A Master's Manual of Tools and Techniques for the Home and Market Gardener and The Four-Season Harvest by Eliot Coleman, Chelsea Green Press, White River Jct, Vt.
Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape Naturally by Robert Kourik, Metamorphic Press: 1986.
Introduction to Permaculture, and Permaculture: A Designer's Manual by Bill Mollison,Tagari Press, Tyalgum Australia.
The Garden Primer by Barbara Damrosch, Workman Publishing, New York: 1988.
If you are interested in Permaculture, the Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA) website is a great place to start your reading!
Consensus and Community
Introduction to Consensus by Beatrice Briggs, Beatrice Briggs, Morelos Mexico: 2000.
Communities Directory: A Guide to Intentional Communities and Cooperative Living edited by Jillian Downey and Elph Morgan, Fellowship for Intentional Community, Rutledge Missouri: 2000.
Wise Fool Basics by K. Ruby, Wise Fool Puppet Intervention, Berkeley 1999.
D Acres of New Hampshire is a not-for-profit Permaculture Farm and Educational Homestead located in Dorchester, NH. Read about our mission, our weekly meals, camping and lodging, and events and workshops.