From the roots of the idea for her exceptional farm through to dreams of a future abundant ‘wilderness’, Boon Luck Farm charts Palisa Anderson’s never-ending journey to reconnect with nature, raises questions of consumption and the roles that we (often unwittingly) play in today’s broken food systems, as well as laying down a vision for a very different kind of existence – one where we embrace the prodigious abundance of the land around us and connect to the produce that grows in its soil in a far kinder, deeper and more meaningful way. Inspirational is a word that gets bandied around a lot these days, but in this case we reckon it’s entirely warranted. If you’ve bought a copy of this little book, it’s time to get very excited. If you haven’t, there’s wisdom here that you just won’t want to leave hanging on the tree. Come, take a bite.