Spirit of Agriculture
A series of fascinating essaysand project summarieslooking at the importance of agriculture from a Bahá'í perspective.
- An Investment for Well-being: Restoring the Agricultural Environment on Bolivia’s Altiplano
- A Tanzanian School Promotes Self-reliance
- Rural Education in Northern Honduras - Ineke Gijsbers
- Felin Gelli Rural Training Farm Ineke Gijsbers EcoAg Service: Farm Apprenticeships For Youth - Nancy E. McIntyre
- The Garden Terraces of the Shrine of the Báb - An Interview with the Architect, Fariborz Sahba
More information on these subjects can be found at www.thespiritofagriculture.com
- Agriculture and Religion: A Necessary Unity
- Agriculture in the World’s Religions: An Overview
- This Vital and Important Matter: A Survey of the Bahá’í Writings on Agriculture
- The Involvement of the Central Figures of the Bahá’í Faith in Agriculture
- A Perspective on Food in the Bahá’í Faith
- Rethinking the Management of Small Rural Businesses
- Reinventing the Village
- The Genetic Modification of Crops: A Bahá’í’s Perspective
- Igi Oko: The Tree Farms at Sapoba, Nigeria circa 1927
Richard St Barbe Baker
- Strengthening Local Economies and Community Identity: FUNDAEC’s Experience
- Balancing Science with Inspiration: A Bahá’í Scientist’s Struggle to Discover the Hidden Secrets of Restoring Corals and Fish to Degraded Coral Reefs
- Gardens for Mongolia: Growing the Capacity of Mongolia’s Families
The Mongolian Development Centre
Editor: Paul Hanley.
Format: Softcover book, 240 pages, 17 x 25 cm.
Publisher: George Ronald Publisher, 2006.