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Growing with natureAuthor(s): Robert H. Twiss; Louise Parker
Source: In: A good life for more people, the Yearbook of Agriculture 1971. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture: p. 33-38
Publication Series: Other
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DescriptionIn the Marin County hills just 25 miles north of San Francisco, Calif., the small town of Nicasio looks much like it did a century ago ... a quiet community of some 500 people, surrounded by rolling grass-covered hills and wooded canyons.
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CitationTwiss, Robert H.; Parker, Louise. 1971. Growing with nature. In: A good life for more people, the Yearbook of Agriculture 1971. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Agriculture: p. 33-38.
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