Like books, the Internet is having a profound impact on humanity and how we shape and see the world and ourselves. I want to use it as a tool for love, light, goodness and growth. Not darkness. I am constantly seeking like-minded tribes globally. Assistance in the feminine power awakening within myself, and the positive role we women can have on changing food production systems has come from my Google wanderings.
Here’s some of the interesting trails for you to wander too…
References and Further Reading to take you Down the Dirt Roads of new thoughts and beliefs;
‘A Singular Woman (Annabel Walsh)’, Australian Story. ABC Television, 13 August 1998.
Cameron, Julia. The Artist’s Way. Penguin Putnam, New York, 1992.
David, Marc. The Slow Down Diet. Healing Arts Press, Vermont, 2005.
Diamant, Anita. The Red Tent. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 1998.
Dyer, Wayne. The Virus of the Mind. Hay House, Brighton-Le-Sands, 2009.
Gammage, Bill. The Biggest Estate on Earth. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2011.
Grandin, Temple. ‘Livestock Behaviour, Design of Facilities and Humane Slaughter’. www.grandin.com
Hay, Louise. You Can Heal Your Life. Hay House, Brighton-Le-Sands, 1984.
Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks. The Law of Attraction. Hay House, Brighton-Le- Sands, 2006.
Hunt, Scott. The Black and White Dog Book. Lateral Media, Hobart, 1999.
MacPhail, Paul. Beloka Kelpies Working Dog Education. www.belokakelpies.com.au
Mama Gena’s School of Womanly Arts. www.mamagenas.com
Meuret, Michel and Fred Provenza (eds). The Art & Science of Shepherding: Tapping the wisdom of French herders. Acres USA, Texas, 2014.
Miller, Daphne. Farmacology: Total Health from the Ground Up. Harper Collins, New York, 2013.
Mollison, Bill. The Permaculture Book of Ferment and Human Nutrition. Tagari Publications, Sisters Crek, 1993.
Norton, Robert. ‘Soils and Our Nutrition’. International Plant Nutrition Institute, 2014. http://anz.ipni.net/article/ANZ-3224
O’Connell, Ian. Working Dog Training. www.facebook.com/Ian-OConnell-Working-Dog-Training-795038373905521/
Ohlson, Kristin. The Soil Will Save Us. Rodale Books, Pennsylvania, 2014.
Pinkola Estés, Clarissa. Women Who Run with the Wolves. Ballantine Books, New York, 1997.
Pollan, Michael. The Omnivore’s Dilemma. Penguin Press, New York, 2006.
Polyfaces: a World of Many Choices, Regrarians Media, 2015. www.polyfaces.com
Purvis, Andrew. ‘It’s supposed to be lean cuisine. So why is this chicken fatter than it looks?’. The Guardian, 15 May 2005. www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2005/may/15/foodanddrink.shopping3
Rees, Graeme. Low Stress Stockhandling. www.lss.net.au
Rural Industries Skill Training. www.rist.edu.au
Salatin, Joel. Fields of Farmers: Interning, Mentoring, Partnering, Germinating. Polyface Inc, Virginia, 2013. www.polyfacefarms.com
Sams, Jamie. The 13 Original Clan Mothers. HarperCollins, New York, 1994.
Seis, Colin. Pasture Cropping. www.pasturecropping.com
Tabernaberri, Carlos. Through the Eyes of the Horse. Moonrise Media, Melbourne, 2006.
The Man from Snowy River. 20th Century Fox, 1982.
The Sunny Cowgirls. ‘Kelpie’, Dust Will Settle. Compass Bros Records, 2008.
The Wolfe Brothers. 'This Crazy Life.' ABC Music, 2016.
Treasure, Rachael. Dog Speak. Rachael Treasure Pty Ltd, Sorell, 2010. www.rachaeltreasure.com
——The Stockmen. Penguin Books Australia, Melbourne, 2005.
Wallach, Joel. ‘Dead Doctors Don’t Lie’. 2005. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARB73jV4mro
Wise, Joan. Trapped on Tasman. Illus. Helen Sallis. Rigby, Adelaide, 1971. ——The Silver Fish. Illus. Marilyn Newland. Cassell Australia, Melbourne,1972.
——‘The Conquest of Emmie’. The Bulletin vol. 71 no. 3649, 18 January 1950. Wood, Danielle. The Alphabet of Light and Dark. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2003. ——Deep South. With Ralph Crane (eds). Text Publishing,