My House Our House: Living Far Better for Far Less in a Cooperative Household, by Karen Bush, Louise Machinist and Jean McQuillin. This book focuses on the authors’ journey to creating a modern day cooperative household in order to in order to achieve more efficiency and tranquility. ISBN-13: 978-0-9855622-4-3Cover Type: PaperbackPage Count: 208 Pages.
The Greenhouse Gardener’s Manual, by Roger Marshall, examines the benefits and processes involved in starting a home greenhouse. Whether you are looking to continue growing your edible garden all year round, or if you just want a controlled space to nurture your ornamental plants, the greenhouse is the way to go. Learn how to select the proper greenhouse for your space and purposes, maintain a clean and healthy environment, and proper techniques for propagating and cultivating in a greenhouse. ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-414-7Cover Type: HardcoverPublisher: Timber Press.
Handbook Of Natural Plant Dyes, by Sasha Duerr, takes a look at the processes involved in making your own natural dyes using plant materials. This book takes the do-it-yourself approach that every real gardener loves. The author’s techniques are not limited to just dying fabric. Learn how to use your home made dyes for leather, wood, paper, and many other materials. You can even use your natural dyes for hair! This book will teach you which plants and materials to gather, and how you can combine these material to make very specific and customized colors that are natural and safe. ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-071-2Cover Type: PapberbackPublisher: Timber Press.
The Manual Of Seed Saving, by Andrea Heistinger. Saving seeds will help save you money, but it will also help you gain control over the genetics of your plants, and gives you a more hands on role with nature. The focus of this book is to store seeds properly in order to optimize seed quality and plant yield. Each plant also has it’s own profile with information on pollination, cultivation, harvest and storage. This book goes the extra mile, and offers much more than simple seed storage. ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-382-9Cover Type: HardcoverPublisher: Timber Press.
Free-Range Chicken Gardens, by Jessi Bloom, challenges the idea that chickens and gardens should be kept seperate. Many people believe that chickens ruine gardens and landscapes. The author gives step-by-step strategies for creating a garden that is beautiful, functional, and chicken friendly. Also included is the basic knowledge and techniques needed to start and keep a chicken flock. Learn how to get your flock acclimated to the garden, designing a chicken friendly garden, and even chicken coop blueprints. No longer should the avid gardener shy away from chicken keeping or vice versa. Pick up a copy of this book today, and begin a new chapter in your sustainable lifestyle. ISBN-13: 978-1-60469-237-2Cover Type: PaperbackPublisher: Timber Press.
Off On Our Own: Living Off-Grid in Comfortable Independence, by Ted Carns, is a useful guide to creating a self-sustaining lifestyle. Including concepts and how-to directions used by the author to acheive his goal of independence. Learn how you can get started on a path to self-reliance. Whether you are looking to get all the way off the grid, or just find some ways to reduce your carbon footprint, this is the perfect book for you. ISBN-13: 978-0983272601Cover Type: PaperbackPage Count: 256 Pages.
Duck Eggs Daily, by Lisa Steele, is an invaluable guide to raising happy and healthy ducks naturally. Lisa Steele is well known for her extensive knowledge on raising and keeping small flocks of poultry. Whether you are looking to start your own flock of ducks, or if you just want to introduce a couple of ducks to your current chicken flock, you will take to this book like a duck to water. This book covers every aspect of the topic. You will discover how to raise and live with your new ducks, including information on habitats, sustainability, health care, and behaviors. Compete with many photographs. There are even suggested recipes for cooking with your fresh duck eggs. Pick up your copy today and become an expert at maintaining a duck flock..
A Garden to Dye For includes simple natural dye techniques allowing the reader to gain confidence and move on to the next level. It was written to bridge the gap between gardeners and hand crafters. It’s written solely from a plant, animal and fiber lover, experimenter, and student of the arts perspective. It’s a book for plant lovers, experimenters, creators, gateway lovers. A Garden to Dye For speaks directly to the people who are already growing these dye plants as we speak; the gardeners! Most of us have the perfect pigments to color other parts of our lives already growing in our cottage, cutting, vegetable, fruit, landscape, and herb gardens! ISBN-13: 978-0-9855622-8-1Cover Type: HardbackPage Count: 160 Pages.
Fresh Eggs Daily, by Lisa Steele, is the perfect guide to naturally raising and keeping a small flock of chickens. Discover the all natural techniques needed to raise chickens that are healthy, happy, and free from chemicals. This book is full of tricks and tips including herbs, flowers, and other plants that can be grown for natural feed. ISBN-13: 978-0-9855622-5-0Cover Type: HardcoverPage Count: 160 Pages.