• THE BEST OF MOTHER EARTH NEWS COLLECTOR SERIES - LATE FALL 2016

    Mother Earth News has released a special double issue, The Best of Mother Earth News Collector Series! This new collector series is 192 pages of expertly written articles covering building and DIY projects, real food and cooking, gardening, homesteading, raising livestock, and natural health. The guide is filled from cover to cover with beautiful color photographs, detailed step-by-step illustrations for building projects, valuable resources, easy-to-follow recipes, and more.

    Learn how you can turn that unused grain bin into a perfect house, backyard retreat, storage shed, and more. With the easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions inside this special guide, you can build a fire pit or assemble a clay-pot smoker in just one weekend. If you are a good baker and have the right kitchen setup, look into starting your own food business with the expert advice found here! Discover how vertical gardening techniques can maximum your vegetable returns by producing bigger, better cukes, beans, tomatoes, and cantaloupes. Read how to raise livestock on your homestead; the article inside this guide contains information and advice on housing, feeding, and slaughtering pigs. Ready your yard for spring and summer by discovering which naturally mosquito-repellent plants and homemade mosquito traps will help you have a less buggy summer.

    Other articles include:

    • Build a Basement Root Cellar – While a spare refrigerator may work in a pinch, a real root cellar is better and even more spacious for preserving foods.
    • Drying Herbs: Easier Than You Think – You’ll never buy dried herbs again after you try one or more of these six methods for drying your own herbs at home.
    • How to Raise Honey bees – If the draw of fresh honey has given you bees on the brain, learn how to raise honey bees for excitement and sweetness for years to come. Become a beekeeper for fun and profit.
    • Start a Self-Sufficient, 1-Acre Homestead – Live off the land with these strategies for establishing self-sufficient food production, including tips on crop rotations and raising livestock.
    • Fish Farming – It’s a lot like vegetable gardening, only wetter.
    • Make Your Own Homemade Soap – Follow along as we make decorative bars of soap using herbs and flowers. Use these simple steps to create beautiful works of art for your home or for gifts.
    Item: 8081

    Format: Paperback

  • THE BEST OF MOTHER EARTH NEWS WINTER 2014

    This first Best of Mother Earth News edition covers a wide range of topics, including the best articles on organic gardening, renewable energy, self-reliance, do-it-yourself projects, delicious recipes, raising livestock and so much more.

    The more than 100 pages of articles capture exactly what Mother Earth News stands for. Whether you are a new reader to the magazine or a loyal subscriber, you will find helpful, interesting and intriguing articles in this premium edition. It’s perfect for anyone who wants to save money on groceries by growing a bountiful garden and raising livestock, or for those who have chosen to live completely off the grid.

      Articles include:
    • Chickens in the Garden – You can “recoop” much of the expense of raising chickens by putting their manure to work in your garden, and by enlisting your birds for organic pest control.
    • Rainwater Harvesting: A Better System – Think beyond the rain barrel: This simpler, cheaper approach will help you harvest much more free water for your garden!
    • Craft These Fresh, Easy Cheeses – Learn how to make fresh cheese, and get easy recipes for paneer, mascarpone, chèvre and fromage blanc.
    • 65 Self-Reliance Tips That Will Save You Money – Apply a DIY approach to any facet of your life, and you can start saving big today.
    • Organic Pest Control: What Works, What Doesn’t – Our nationwide reader survey reveals the best methods for managing common garden pests.
    • Build an All-in-One Outdoor Oven, Stove, Grill and Smoker – For about $350, you can build Mother’s versatile and durable cooking unit.
    Item: 7460

    Format: Paperback

  • THE BEST OF MOTHER EARTH NEWS WINTER 2015

    The Winter 2015 edition of The Best of Mother Earth News includes more than 25 articles that cover a range of topics from food and cooking to organic gardening, from beekeeping to renewable energy. With more than 100 pages, this is the ultimate self-sufficient guide for any modern homesteader.

    Item: 7786

    Format: Paperback

  • ULTIMATE SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE COLLECTION

    Whether you are looking to start your own organic garden, raise your own backyard bees for honey, or wanting to make your home a zero-energy home this invaluable set is for you. This set has more than 1,500 pages of tips, guidance and practical advice for you to live a more self-sustaining life.

    Set includes:
    Mother Earth News and Grit Self-Sufficient Resource Set
    Mother Earth News and Grit come together to bring you 600 pages of expert advice, recipes, do-it-yourself projects and more information on living a self-sufficient life. This set covers everything from organic gardening to bees and honey, from backyard rabbits to self-reliance and country skills. The do-it-yourself projects include energy-saving household updates as well as instructions for constructing chicken coops, outdoor bread ovens and permanent garden beds. Follow recipes for baking sourdough bread, preparing rabbit meat, fixing delicious egg dishes, and cooking with honey.

    Best of Mother Earth News: Complete E-Book Collection on CD-ROM
    There is a better life. It's simpler, healthier and more satisfying, and Mother Earth News can help you live it. This e-book collection explores topics ranging from renewable energy advice and practical homesteading solutions to creative natural building methods. This comprehensive set includes more than 500 pages of tips, stories and diagrams.

    Heirloom Vegetable Gardening on CD-ROM (First Edition)
    This remarkable e-book by food historian William Woys Weaver is the bible for gardeners who choose to explore the fabulous flavors, fascinating history and astonishing diversity of vegetables. Weaver profiles 280 heirloom varieties, providing recipes, growing advice and authoritative history.

    Item: 6799

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

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