By reading this koob, you will learn how John, Molly, and their dog Todd rejuvenated a dry wasteland into a lush, diverse, and traditional farm—completely in harmony with nature.
You will also learn how:
An average couple started their own traditional farm
Their mentor, Alan York, diversified the farm’s ecosystem for sustainability and autonomy
Two unexperienced farmers dealt with unforeseen problems on the farm
Observation and creativity played a huge role in solving problems
Restoring the land’s biodiversity led to a self-sustaining ecosystem and successful farm
Even though their friends and family told them they were crazy, John and Molly Chester started a traditional farm in complete harmony with nature. What had started as a promise to a dog, turned into a grueling, down-to-earth, and hands-on experience that ultimately yielded fruitful rewards for the farm and the environment. In his documentary The Biggest Little Farm, John Chester highlights the triumphs and failures they experienced along their journey. Are you ready to learn how this couple transformed a dry wilderness into a sustainable eco-friendly farm?