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ENVISION THIS...Deserts shrinking instead of expanding, being revitalized with forests, food plants, fertile soil, wildlife, and adequate rainfall. This is the vision in Masanobu Fukuoka's posthumous book, SOWING SEEDS IN THE DESERT, translated and edited by his longtime friend and our guest, Larry Korn.
Fukuoka was not only an agricultural genius who produced rice and enhanced the soil of his farm without fertilizer, irrigation, herbicides, or pesticides. He was also a deep philosopher who proposed that the restoration of the deserts we have created in nature requires the restoration of the desert we have created in the human heart. Larry Korn will share with us how Fukuoka's vision lives on in him and can be accomplished.
Please share your comments and questions for Larry by calling (646) 652-2235. This episode will be archived after it is aired live for you and friends you feel might enjoy it.
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