Many of these titles were purchased from the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) at the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in La Crosse, WI. The conference is held the last weekend in February. They sell over 500 titles. MOSES is a great resource in and of itself. See


1.  Phillips, Michael, The Holistic Orchard, Chelsea Green Publishing, 2011. ISBN 978-1-933392-13-4.

2.  Reich, Lee, Uncommon Fruits for Every Garden, Timber Press, 2004. ISBN-13:978-0-88192-944-7. 

3.  Hanse, Ann Larkin, The Organic Farming Manual, Storey Publishing, 2010, ISBN 978-1-60342-479-0. 

4.  Magdoff, Fred and van es, Harold, Building Soils for Better Crops, Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN), 2nd edition,

5.  Managing Cover Crops Profitably, Sustainable Agriculture Network (SAN), 3rd edition,

6.  Secher, Dale Uncommon Fruit Crops with Sustainability Potential (fact sheet), UW-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems,


1.  Midwest Aronia Association,

2.  USDA NRCS Plant Guide Black Chokeberry Aronia melanocarpa (Michx.) Ell. Plant Symbol = ARME6.

3.  Secher, Dale, Economic Potential of Aronia, Carandale Farm, Oregon, Wisconsin, email:


1.  Organic Black Currant Production Manual, Anne's PEI Farm and The PEI Horticulture Association.

2.  Kemery, Ricky D., Borers and Bark Beetles, Allen County Horticulture Publication ACH-210. 


1.  Highbush Blueberry Production Guide, Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, NRAES-55, October 1992. 

2.  Blueberries: Organic Production, ATTRA.

3.  Mainland, Charles M. and Cline, William O., Blueberry Production for Local Sales and Small Pick-Your-Own Operators, NC State University: Horticulture Information Leaflets 11/02 HIL-202. 

4.  Blueberry nutrition fertilzation, Northwest Berry & Grape Information Network, hht://


1.  Building A Sustainable Business: A Guide to Developing a Business Plan fo Farms and Rural Businesses, Minnesota Institute of Sustainable Agriculture, 2003. 

2.  Enterprise Budget Analysis, Agricultural Alternatives, Penn State Cooperative Extension.

3.  Fearless Farm Finances, Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES),

4.  Jambor-Delgado, Jennifer and Heyman, Amanda N., Farmers' Guide to Farm Internships, Farmers' Legal Action Group, Inc., February 2013, ISBN-13:978-1-890508-16-6.

5.  Heyman, Amanda N. and Jambor-Delgado, Jennifer, Farmers' Guide to Employees, Farmers' Legal Action Group, Inc., August 2012, ISBN-13:978-1-890508-15-9.


1.  Byers, Patrick, et al. Growing and Marketing Elderberries in Missouri. University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry. Visit


3.  HerbClip: European Elderberry Shows Promise; Clinical Evidence "Poor to Moderate", American Botanical Council, June 15, 2010,

4.  HerbClip: Flavonoids in Elderberry BindH1N1 Virus and Block Its Host Cell Entry In Vitro, American Botanimcal Council, January 29, 2010,

5.  HerbClip: Elderberry Extract for Treating Influenza Symptoms, American Botanical Council, November 13, 2009,

5.  HerbClip: Conventional, Nutritional and Herbal Treatments for Flu and Colds, American Botanical Council, February 29, 2008,

6.  HerbClip: Review of Pharmacology and Clinical Benefits of European Elderberry, American Botanical Council, January 31, 2006,


1.  Prairie Moon Nursery, 

2.  Plants for Native Bees, Invertebrate Conservation Fact Sheet, Xerces Society,

3.  Upper Midwest Plants for Native Bees, Invertebrate Conservation Fact Sheet, Xerces Society,

4.  Organic Farming Practices - Reducing Harm to Pollinators from Farming, Invertebrate Conservation Fact Sheet, Xerces Society,

5.  Tunnel Nests for Native Bees - Nest Construction and Management, Invertebrate Conservaiton Fact Sheet, Xerces Society,

6.  Organic-Approved Pesticides - Minimizing Risks to Pollinators, Invertebrate Conservation Fact Sheet, Xeres Society,

7.  Wild Farm Alliance. 

8.  Bentrup, Gary, Conservation Buffers: Design Guidelines for Buffers, Corridors and Greenways, USDA National Agroforestry Center, 2008