Preface - Erica Reinheimer
Chapter 1: Why Nutrient-Dense Food?
Chapter 2: History from a Nutritional Viewpoint
Chapter 3: The Shit Method of Agriculture (SaMOA)
Chapter 4: Complete Organic Fertilizer
Chapter 5: Remineralization
Chapter 6: Le Batterie de Cuisine
Chapter 7: The Soil Prescription
Chapter 8: Soils with Excesses
Chapter 9: Compost
Chapter 10: Epilogue
About the Author
Beyond organic -- a practical guide to nutrient-dense food
Steve Solomon is the founder of the Territorial Seed Company. He has been growing most of his family's food for over 35 years, and is the author of several landmark gardening books including Gardening When it Counts and Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades. A lifelong evangelist for the value of self-sufficiency, his writing, lectures and classes are focused on helping people become financially independent through producing their own necessities. He currently homesteads in Tasmania.
This practical step-by-step guide shows all is not lost as Steve Solomon shows us the link between healthy soil, healthy food and healthy people. - Sandra Barrera, The Daily Breeze If you garden, no matter if you're an omnivore, vegetarian, or carnivore I think this book is a good read., blogger, Throwback at Trapp Creek The nutrient density of the crops we grow and the remineralization of our soils have been almost constantly on our minds and usually on the tips of our tongues. Our biggest inspiration has come from reading Steve Solomen's new book The Intelligent Gardener. - Shannon Jones and Bryan Dyck, bloggers, Broadfork Farm Any agriculture or home gardening library will find this an accesible, popular lend. James Cox, Midwest Book Review