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- The O'Brien Press 2009; US$ 18.94
Turn the doom and gloom into a better, more enjoyable way of living. Want to eat better, save money, work those muscles without the treadmill, know where your food comes from? This could be the new, recession-proof you! Five years ago Michael Kelly chucked in the corporate life to try his hand at ?the good life?. It?s been the most rewarding thing... more...
- Storey Publishing, LLC 2013; US$ 24.95
Are you looking for creative ways to lower your energy costs, use renewable energy, generate more of your own power, or become less reliant on the grid? Energy expert Paul Scheckel offers practical advice for taking matters into your own hands. Understand the fundamentals of solar, wind, water, and biofuel energy production as you make your home... more...
- F+W Media 2010; US$ 14.95
CSAs or farmers' markets? Upcycling or freecycling? Carpools or staycations? All of the above? They're all great choices - but how do you decide where your family's time and energy is best spent? In Happy-Go-Local , Linsly Donnelly shares countless ideas from her own experience in living locally to help you raise a happy and sustainable family.... more...
- Storey Publishing, LLC 2013; US$ 16.95
You don't need to trek into the forest to forage edible plants. Ideal for first-time foragers, this book features 70 edible weeds, flowers, mushrooms, and ornamental plants typically found in urban or suburban neighborhoods. You'll be amazed by how many of the plants you see each day are actually nutritious edibles! Full-color photographs make identification... more...
- Storey Publishing, LLC 2013; US$ 16.95
With Sue Weaver's expert guidance, it's easy to raise sheep in your own backyard, whether for fleece and milk (and the wonderful cheese, yogurt, and butter you can make from it) or as companionable pets. Weaver covers absolutely everything beginners need to know to keep sheep safe, healthy, and maximally productive. more...
- Storey Publishing, LLC 2013; US$ 18.95
This is the inspirational story of how one couple ditched their careers and high-pressure life in New York City to move to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, where they made, built, invented, foraged, and grew all they needed to live self-sufficiently, discovering a new sense of value and abundance in the process. Alongside their personal story are... more...
- Storey Publishing, LLC 2013; US$ 19.95
The Soap Queen, Anne-Marie Faiola, shows you how to make perfect cold-process soap that is better than what you can buy at the store! Simple instructions and great photography walk you through every step of 31 exciting recipes, making it easy to master the techniques you need and produce the soaps you want. You'll find chapters on colors (neon, oxides,... more...
- Scribner 2013; US$ 17.00
In Zero Waste Home , Bea Johnson shares the story of how she simplified her life by reducing her waste. Today, Bea, her husband, Scott, and their two young sons produce just one quart of garbage a year, and their overall quality of life has changed for the better : they now have more time together, they?ve cut their annual spending by a remarkable... more...
- DK Publishing 2012; US$ 20.00
As food prices continue to rise, more and more people have discovered that they can create their own food supply, right on their own property, and at a fraction of the price of conventional farm food that's been shipped to their local grocery from locations unknown. By raising and harvesting their own fruits, vegetables, chickens, bees, milk-bearing... more...