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    We Are Each cook knows his own pot best Generating food for ourselves is a political act. We   maintain sovereignty and sufficiency by doing so. . . Weather References What's in short supply ain't people any more. It's   nature. Fun

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These pages are dedicated to the critters in the Mink Hills/Warner River watershed and to all the other creatures in our world.

"If we squander our fossil fuels, we threaten civilisation; but if we squander the capital represented by living nature around us, we threaten life itself." Small is Beautiful, E.F. Schumacher

Who we are

Planter's Webmasters, Mike and Shirley, are now retired.  They have participated off and on in local Farmers' Markets for several decades.

Planter Farmers Market       Farmers Market, Warner

With occasional help around the place, they manage 42 acres in Warner,NH, for wildlife (follow the tracks).

Cordwood Helper

The only mechanical equipment they have is a tiller.

Transplanted New Mexicans, they are chile aficionados and preserve their own chile products. . .


Enough advertising. On to the Planter website : informative, entertaining, and visionary. Hey, even two out of three wouldn't be bad...

Seasons Gallery   Plant Gallery   Bear Gallery
John Fast

New Hampshire   U.S.A.

". . . If all the beasts were gone, men would die from great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to man. All things are connected. . . . "    Chief Sealth in letter to President Franklin Pierce

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