The Good Life - The Good Life, Chapters Four though Six Summary & Analysis

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The Good Life, Chapters Four though Six Summary and Analysis

In chapter four, "Our Good Earth," the author says that their food supply remains a major concern and at the center of many of their endeavors but the climate, slope of the ground available for gardening and poor soil are immediate problems to deal with. The author writes that they get a great deal of advice from neighbors but also pull from their knowledge of farming in other areas, even from other countries. With that knowledge, they begin a series of terraces and carefully create compost piles, using those and quality top soils hauled from other parts of their land to build up the land. The result is an increase in productivity. They also focus on placement, realizing that a slightly higher elevation sometimes sloughs off the cold air...

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