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Clumps | Rice drying the traditional way. Chiba Japan 2012 | Damon Bay | Flickr

Rice drying the traditional way.

https://flic.kr/p/cUWAu5 | A big fluffy cloud and a winding Farm Road | Better in large, click here: www.flickr.com/photos/lunchboxo/7819034292/sizes/k/in/pho...  A typical Japanese rice farming valley on a lovely sunny Sunday with late Autumn white fluffy clouds everywhere!  Chiba Japan 2012

https://flic.kr/p/cUWAu5 | A big fluffy cloud and a winding Farm Road | Better in large, click here: www.flickr.com/photos/lunchboxo/7819034292/sizes/k/in/pho... A typical Japanese rice farming valley on a lovely sunny Sunday with late Autumn white fluffy clouds everywhere! Chiba Japan 2012

Getting Ready | Low evening sunlight on bamboo stakes in fro… | Flickr

Getting Ready | Low evening sunlight on bamboo stakes in fro… | Flickr

Taking Turns | Harvesting Rice the tradational way. Chiba Ja… | Flickr

Harvesting Rice the tradational way.

The Difference a Day Makes | The brown rice in the backgroun… | Flickr

The brown rice in the background has been hanging for just one day (see below), the green foreground rice was cut this day.

See How One Couple Squeezes An Entire Farm Onto Their Small Los Angeles Property (+ self-reliance & emergency devices)

See How One Couple Squeezes An Entire Farm Onto Their Small Los Angeles Property

One Couple Squeezes An Entire Farm Onto Their Small Los Angeles Property (+ self-reliance & emergency devices)

Harvested field of rice, Yokohama, Japan Copyright: Yuo Japan

This photo from Kanagawa, Kanto is titled 'Harvested field of rice'.

Carol and Ben Williams have been spreading the green gospel from their Georgetown County farm, one item at a time. Alvilda Meyers worked to get the organic certification for her blueberry farm. Together, the trio reflects the movement toward healthy eating, with an emphasis on sustainable and organic agriculture.

Carol and Ben Williams have been spreading the green gospel from their Georgetown County farm, one item at a time.

Reasons and Resources for Growing Your Own Grains at Home

Small scale growing and harvesting grain - Hunters and Gatherers - a necessary occupation, relying on self and community, NOT GOVERNMENT!

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