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  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS GUIDE TO UNUSUAL HERBS SPRING 2018

    You've heard of lavender, rosemary, and sage, and their many uses. But what about the herbs you’ve never used that can be so beneficial to you and your family? Extend your knowledge of herbs and their uses with the Mother Earth News Guide to Unusual Herbs. A part of the Herb Companion Series, this 96-page guide is full of tips, tricks, remedies, recipes, and loads of information for herbs you may have never heard of. Learn about the healing properties of the Balm of Gilead and the mysterious maca root, and the many secret uses of saffron. Get the best information on herbs, from articles on herbalists’ favorite herbs to six seed companies you can trust.

    Item: 8744

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • EVERYTHING I WANT TO DO IS ILLEGAL

    Community-based farmer Joel Salatin writes about the difficulties of sustainable farming.

    Item: 4216

    Author: Joel Salatin

    Format: Paperback

  • KEEPING BEES WITH A SMILE

    You will gain a profound respect for the bees’ intelligence, the practical information for successfully starting and maintaining a few (or many!) colonies in your own backyard, and an appreciation of the bees’ harmonious cooperative ways—which may be key to creating a brighter future for our planet.

    Item: 8773

    Author: FEDOR LAZUTIN

    Format: Paperback

  • BLUE EGGS & YELLOW TOMATOES

    Author Jeanne Kelley's backyard kitchen garden is fresh, organic and yields flavor-rich produce. Complete with a pet goat and Ameraucana chickens, it provide her with a plentiful amount of milk and sky blue eggs, all of which inspired the more than 150 simple and delicious recipes that combine home-grown ingredients with globally influenced tastes.

    Item: 6594

    Author: Jeanne Kelley

    Format: Paperback

  • COOKING WILD: MORE THAN 150 RECIPES FOR EATING CLOSE TO NATURE

    This book takes a big view of “wild,” including recipes and information on both foraged, uncultivated foods as well as looking at the progeny of wild foods more conveniently found for sale alongside their conventional cousins. Plants, seafood, meat, and poultry are all covered in more than 150 recipes, and will serve as a historical, agricultural education for your kitchen.

    Item: 7931

    Author: Chef John Ash

    Format: Hardcover

  • THE NEW AGRITOURISM

    For those interested in developing their own agritourism project, this book offers an overview of the origins of agritourism and provides useful information on developing an original plan. With profiles of farmers and their microfarms from around the world, this book shows innovative ways to develop and structure a plan that is safe, legal, promotes the enterprise, and is sure to progress and prosper in coming years.

    Item: 8076

    Author: Barbara Berst Adams

    Format: Paperback

  • WHERE OUR FOOD COMES FROM

    In Where Our Food Comes From, Gary Paul Nabhan weaves together Vavilov's extraordinary story with his own expeditions to Earth's richest agricultural landscapes and the cultures that tend them. Retracing Vavilov's path from Mexico and the Colombian Amazon to the glaciers of the Pamirs in Tajikistan, he draws a vibrant portrait of changes that have occurred since Vavilov's time and why they matter.

    Item: 6598

    Author: Gary Nabhan

    Format: Paperback

  • HARNESS THE SUN

    Harness the Sun offers a grounded, persuasive vision of America’s energy future. It is a future fueled by clean, renewable sources of power, with solar at center stage.

    Item: 7809

    Author: Philip Warburg

    Format: Hardcover

  • AS AMERICAN AS SHOOFLY PIE

    Clearance: $24.67 Celebrated food historian and cookbook writer William Woys Weaver delves deeply into the history of Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine to sort fact from fiction in the foodlore of this culture. Through interviews with contemporary Pennsylvania Dutch cooks and extensive research into cookbooks and archives, As American as Shoofly Pie offers a comprehensive and counterintuitive cultural history of Pennsylvania Dutch cuisine, its roots and regional characteristics, its communities and class divisions, and, above all, its evolution into a uniquely American style of cookery.

    Item: 6846

    Author: William Woys Weaver

    Format: Hardcover

  • THE URBAN FARMER

    The Urban Farmer is a comprehensive, hands-on, practical manual to help you learn the techniques and business strategies you need to make a good living growing high-yield, high-value crops right in your own backyard (or someone else's).

    Item: 7860

    Author: CURTIS STONE

    Format: Paperback

  • SOIL SISTERS: A TOOLKIT FOR WOMEN FARMERS

    Soil Sisters provides a wealth of invaluable information for fledgling female farming entrepreneurs. The first manual of its kind, this authoritative and comprehensive blueprint presents practical considerations from a woman's perspective, covering everything from business planning to tool use and ergonomics to integrating children and family in farm operations.

    Item: 7878

    Author: LISA KIVIRIST

    Format: Paperback

  • HOMEMADE SAUSAGE

    Homemade Sausage is an extremely accessible guide for making sausage right in your own kitchen. James Peisker and Chris Carter of Porter Road Butcher in Nashville, Tennessee, guide you through all the necessary steps to create the very best sausage … just like they do.

    Item: 7875

    Author: CHRIS CARTER & JAMES PEISKER

    Format: Paperback

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