http://www.halcyon.com/kenworth/sfr/sfr_top.htm -- Lawrence F. London, Jr. - Venaura Farm - Chapel Hill, NC, USA mailto:london@sunSITE.unc.edu http://sunSITE.unc.edu/InterGarden mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org http:nuteknet.com/london Venaura FarmTitle: The Small Farm Resource
Welcome to the Small Farm Resource! We have created this set of web pages to help dissiminate information of use to people with small farms or rural property. This is a cooperative effort. Most of the information here comes from other people. We are merely playing the part of the organizer and repository. As such, please carefully read our disclaimer.
Warning: The information contained in these web pages has not been verified for correctness. Much of the information contained herein is hearsay and may not be correct. Use the information from these pages only at your own risk!
That being said, please do your part to help us with these pages - share your information! In the below lists, many items have no associated document. If you have information to share in these (or existing) areas, by all means, send it to us (see email address at bottom of document). Also, if you are looking for small farm information and can not find it listed here, send us an email and we'll add it to the list (assuming it is of general interest).
Page accesses to date:
A little bit of information on building barns
A little bit of information about bats
Some more links related to bees and beekeeping
Some more information on raising chickens, and a link to a new web site (under construction).
A new section on gardens
A new pest section on deer
A little more information about emu
November 6-8, 1995: FARMING SYSTEMS SYMPOSIUM
The College of Forestry at Stephen F. Austin State University of Nacogdoches, Texas server dedicated to distributing information that leads to wise management of all natural resources can be accessed here.
EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES WWW Server: The Earth and Environmental Sciences Center (EESC) at the Pacific Northwest Laboratory (PNL) is pleased to announce the availability of our public World Wide Web server. The server contains general information about PNL and the EESC, as well as descriptions of the research activities of our 20 technical groups and can be accessed here. An introductory list of Internet resources related to hydrology is also provided as a service to the hydrologic community and can be accessed here.
The NCCES web server can be accessed here.
The PANUPS (Pesticide Action Network North America Updates Service) gopher server can be accessed here.
The Computer Network of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS), at the University of Florida, WWW server, AgriGator.
SCS (Soil Conservation Service) Gopher Information System gopher://gopher.scs.ag.gov.
The antique tractor WWW page http://ledger.co.forsyth.nc.us/antique-tractor.
The Time Magazines web server has a gardening encyclopedia on line with graphics http://www.timeinc.com/.
The Sustainable Agriculture Network archives can be accessed via http://www.ces.ncsu.edu.
Permiculture can be accessed via http://www.latrobe.edu.au/nexus/Permaculture/permaculture.html.
The Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at the University of Arizona now has a WWW server on the information highway. It has crop budgets, a ranchers' management guide, access to information from the Livestock Marketing Information Center in Denver and general information about the department. The URL is http://ag.arizona.edu/AREC/arechome.html.
The Radioecology server at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SUAS, (nb, not an official SUAS server) now has a stable platform and is available at: http://www.radek.slu.se/. It provides information on Swedish research in Radioecology, mainly in agricultural and forest ecosystems. It is under development and will become better and better.
The 1995 Farm Bill will have a major impact on the agricultural sector, rural areas, the environment, the food purchasing power of low income people and the prices of agricultural commodities in general. A series of background papers have been prepared by an Extension task force and are available on the WWW thanks to the Agricultural Economics Department at the University of Nebraska. In addition to providing background information relevant to the 1995 farm bill we think it useful for extension to sponser an electronic forum on this important legislation. Therefore we have set up a WWW forum on the 1995 farm bill. The basis of the forum consists of the series of background papers. Comments and discussions are solicited on each of these documents. In addition new topics and background materials can be added by participants in this discussion. This discussion requires a form compatable WWW browser. The URL for the forum is: http://ag.arizona.edu/HyperNews/get/farmbill.html.
The Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Marketing has been working on a phased approach to the implementation of artificial wetlands for agricultural waste treatment. Details can be found at http://gus.nsac.ns.ca/~piinfo/resman/wetlands/litproj.html.
The University of Califonia Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (UC SAREP). Currently, our pages describe our program, our various publications and projects funded by us. In the future we hope to provide Net users with a searchable database of sustainable agriculture information and more. Visit us now at http://www.sarep.ucdavis.edu/.
Gardening info at http://www.prairienet.org/ag/garden/homepage.htm.
Successful Farming magazine has started a web site at http://www.agriculture.com. It's mostly under construction right now but will have weather, markets, forums, and excerpts from both SF andit's daughter magazine ag/INNOVATOR.
For a comprehensive list of books (2500+) covering the earth sciences, see the new web site at - http://www.demon.co.uk/ssb/.
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