Yes, I am one of those types of people, though I have been trying to be better and remember to make some sort of note or bookmark interesting information.
Well, several years ago, late one night, as I was rocking my baby daughter, a documentary came on the television that I found very interesting indeed, as well as very informative and educational.
Since we have moved back to the farm, I had been wanting to see that documentary again, or find out more information about the people who made it.
I remembered it being about the world running out of fossil fuels and how that would affect farming. And how a brother and sister in England were farming in a new way, radically different than what we had been doing for hundreds of years.
One of the main things they were doing different was that they were not tilling the land, and it made perfectly good sense to me and was for me one of those epiphany moments.
Since then, whenever I see someone turning the land to plant something that is not a row crop, like hay for example, I think back to that documentary.
Well finally, after much searching (and a little bit of muttering), I found the documentary!
And I wanted to share it with you :)