‘Biggest Little Farm’ director on farming with nature, not against it

'Biggest Little Farm' director on farming with nature, not against it

If you’ve been dreaming about moving out to the open range and starting a farm in harmony with nature, someone already beat you to it. 

Enter Molly and John Chester, the couple behind the Biggest Little Farm, a Hulu documentary that chronicles how they brought new life to a dead farm using regenerative agriculture techniques. When snails swarmed their orchards, they brought in ducks, whose poop was creating toxic algae blooms in a pond on the property, to eat the snails. When crops attracted gophers, who were then killing trees, they brought in owls, who then ate gophers. (Their poop reinvigorated the trees, too.) Everything was meant to be cyclical.  Read more…

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