Recently purchased Micro Eco-Farming: Prospering from Backyard to Small Acreage in Partnership with the Earth by Barbara Berst Adams. So far, it’s more than living up to the recommendations that lead me to it. Book summary: “Micro eco-farmers profit on small acreages, small-town backyards, urban lots, and even in basements. Here’s how they succeed, how they start ‘with nothing’, what traits they share, and what secrets they know. Hundreds of real-life examples with ideas, resources and methods for all who aspire to create their own micro eco-farm: from wild-grazed mini dairies, cut-flower stands, heritage rose farms, urban greenhouses, to mail-order farm craft, and more. 176 pages, softcover.” More when I’m finished reading it.