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The presentation edition of 25 in hardback 22x22cm square, dark blue book-cloth cover with the title embossed in silver foil. Each has a handmade numbered ceramic tile in beautiful Oak Box.

Blandine Anderson is a ceramicist of some forty years standing and the maker of the art works illustrated in this book.

Together with her husband, she runs a twenty acre smallholding in north Devon, situated approximately six miles from the sea and eight miles from the nearest town.

Their twin aims have been to become largely self-sufficient in food, and at the same time to manage the land to the benefit of Nature, without the aid of artificial fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides.

As part of their land management they have planted over 4,000 mainly indigenous trees, restored hedges, ancient hay meadows and Culm grassland, and created an orchard made up of local varieties of apple, plum and cherry.

It is their intention that the farm provides a safe space for wildlife to thrive.

The species that live on and visit the site continue to increase year on year.

As the title suggests, this book reveals the highs and lows of life on the farm and presents an intimate view of the lives of its residents.

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The presentation edition of 25 in hardback 22x22cm square, dark blue book-cloth cover with the title embossed in silver foil. Each has a handmade numbered ceramic tile in beautiful Oak Box.

Blandine Anderson is a ceramicist of some forty years standing and the maker of the art works illustrated in this book.

Together with her husband, she runs a twenty acre smallholding in north Devon, situated approximately six miles from the sea and eight miles from the nearest town.

Their twin aims have been to become largely self-sufficient in food, and at the same time to manage the land to the benefit of Nature, without the aid of artificial fertilisers, pesticides and herbicides.

As part of their land management they have planted over 4,000 mainly indigenous trees, restored hedges, ancient hay meadows and Culm grassland, and created an orchard made up of local varieties of apple, plum and cherry.

It is their intention that the farm provides a safe space for wildlife to thrive.

The species that live on and visit the site continue to increase year on year.

As the title suggests, this book reveals the highs and lows of life on the farm and presents an intimate view of the lives of its residents.