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Eve Balfour net worth, biography and wiki:Lady Evelyn Barbara "Eve" Balfour (16 July 1898–16 January 1990) was a British farmer, educator, organic farming pioneer, and a founding figure in the organic movement. She was one of the first women to study agriculture at an English university, graduating from the institution now known as University of Reading.The daughter of second Earl of Balfour, and niece of Arthur Balfour, a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Balfour decided she wanted to be a farmer by age 12.In 1919, at age 21, she used her inheritance to buy New Bells Farm in Haughley Green, Suffolk. In 1939, she launched plans for the Haughley Experiment, the first long-term, field-based and scientific comparison of organic and chemical-based farming. In 1943, leading London publishing house Faber & Faber published Eve Balfour's bookThe Living Soil. It quickly became a key founding text of the emerging organic food and farming movement. The book synthesised existing arguments in favour of organics with a description of her plans for the Haughley Experiment.In 1946, she co-founded and became the first president of the Soil Association, an international organization which promotes sustainable agriculture (and the main organic farming association in the UK today). She continued to farm, garden, write and lecture for the rest of her life, including a year-long tour throughout Australia and New Zealand during which she met Australian organic farming pioneers, including Henry Shoobridge, president of the Living Soil Association of Tasmania which was the first association to affiliate with the Soil Association. Wikipedia
|Birth date:||July 16, 1898, Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Death date:||January 14, 1990, Dunbar, United Kingdom|
|Birth place:||New Zealand|
|Education:||University of Reading|
|Books:||The Living Soil and The Haughley Experiment|
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