Usage Permission Policy
Help us spread the word about sustainable farming.
As you might gather from the way this is written, we can't afford lawyers to
compose this stuff. But we are concerned about copyright issues. They change
almost daily, thus keeping the above-mentioned lawyers off the streets.
Respect copyrights. Carefully check the page you are about to print out and make sure that there are no additional copyrights. Much of the material at this site is original. But much is posted here by permission of other organizations or authors. For example, Gene Logsdon gave us permission to post his essay, Thoughts On Economic "Inevitability." But if you want to use it elsewhere, the statement at the end of the piece asks you to give Gene a call, first. That's only fair. It's also not nice (and probably illegal) to download and use graphics. Check out the links on our credits page to see where the graphics came from and find out how you might use them without a guilty conscience. Keep in mind that if you follow a link from this site to other sites (you'll know when you're leaving here because you won't see the distinctive green border), you'll have to follow their permission guidelines, not ours.
us know. We want to keep on doing this, and do it even better. That takes
money, and our supporters want to know that we are having an impact on the
growing number of Internet-accessing farmers. So if you're going to make 100
copies of one of the pages or even just pass along a tidbit to a neighbor,
please drop us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
While you're at it, send us a little testimonial about how useful the site is,
as well as any comments, questions, or suggestions for improvement.
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Please read about our usage permission policy and disclaimer.
Send comments, suggestions and questions to the site author:
Craig Cramer email@example.com
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