A guide to being self sufficient, covering a range a topics from the green outdoors, to rearing and cooking wild food and livestock. It teaches you how to become more energy efficient and how to make the most of the nature that surrounds you whether you live in the town or countryside.
Just in time for Spring, this gem of a book will be released in the first week of September 2014. You know you should be doing something to help save our planet, but it sounds hard, something that you will tackle another day. Going green all at once is too much for almost anyone to achieve.
This book is a way of raising the profile of amputees, continuing the legacy of the Paralympics by giving hope and inspiration for the future, spreading the message that everyone can overcome anything with enough determination.
The Soul Mender is about getting unstuck when you feel there is no way out. It is the winning over of your mind and destroying the demon which has been holding you back by breaking free. Depending on your choice, you are either the winner or you allow failure to choose for you. Elizabeth will inspire you on a winning journey.
In 2008, alarmed by the impact agro-business was having on Canadian food quality and security, the author decided to take control of her own food source. She ploughed under her land, converted her garage for chickens and learned to hunt, fish, gather and preserve her own food. This book tells her story of success, failure and determination.
We are all members of a one-earth society, and caring for the earth and soul is interrelated. This is the message of Satish Kumar, the internationally-respected peace and environment activist who has been gently setting the agenda for change for over 50 years. In Soil, Soul & Society, Satish presents the new trinity for our age of sustainability.
Foraged food is surprising in its flavour, unusual texture, fresh colour and nutritional value. As more people become familiar with the idea of finding food in the woods, lakeside, or on their favorite hiking trail, they begin to notice the world around them in a new way. This title deals with this topic.
teaches readers how to incorporate homestead ideals into their lives while staying within the comfort of the suburbs. In this title, readers learn the fundamentals of gardening, including what, when and how to plant, whether it's container gardening, raised-bed gardening, traditional gardening or anything in between.
Drastic reduction of carbon emissions is vital if we are to avoid a catastrophe that devastates large parts of the world. This book takes into account the government targets on emissions reductions and includes calculations and graphics that lay out the path to a low-carbon life.
From beach peas to serviceberries, hen of the woods to Indian cucumber, ostrich ferns to sea rocket, this guide uncovers the edible wild foods and healthful herbs of Washington. Helpfully organized by environmental zone, the book is an authoritative guide for nature lovers, outdoorsmen, and gastronomes.