If you love the joys of eating home-garden vegetables but always thought those joys had to stop at the end of summer, this book is for you. Eliot Coleman introduces the surprising fact that most of the United States has more winter sunshine than the south of France. He shows how North American gardeners can successfully use that sun to raise a wide variety of traditional winter vegetables in backyard cold frames and plastic covered tunnel greenhouses without supplementary heat.
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Self-sufficiency on 1/4 acre. Getting the most out of your vegetables, easy trellising, fermenting weed control techniques, cooking for self sufficiency and MORE.
A Natural History of four meals. By the author of No.1 New York Times best seller, In Defense of Food.
This book will change your life…Perhaps never before has food been written about so passionately… Rick Bass, Boston Sunday Globe
Food activist and journalist Mark Winne poses questions too often overlooked in our current conversations around food: What about those people who are not financially able to make conscientious choices about where and how to get food? And in a time of rising rates of both diabetes and obesity, what can we do to make healthier foods available for everyone?
How America throws away nearly half of its food (and what we can do about it).
Hamilton makes this vital inquiry through the stories of three unconventional farmers: Harry Lewis, an African-American dairyman in Texas who plays David to the Goliath of agribusiness corporations; Virgil Trujillo, a tenth-generation rancher in New Mexico struggling to restore agriculture as a pillar of his community; and the Podolls, a modern pioneer family in North Dakota breeding new varieties of plants to face the future’s double threat: global warming and biotech food.
Finding a life and good food beyond factory farms.
Nature’s ideal trace element blend for farm, livestock, humans.
An accessible and balanced account, Food Politics laid the groundwork for today’s food revolution and changed the way we respond to food industry marketing practices. Now, a new introduction and concluding chapter bring us up to date on the key events in that movement. This pathbreaking, prize-winning book helps us understand more clearly than ever before what we eat and why.
Pollan proposes a new answer to the question of what we should eat that comes down to seven simple but liberating words: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”
How Organic food can heal our planet, feed the world and keep us safe.
- Which end of the bulb goes up?
- Why aren’t my tomato plants growing?
- When should I prune my lilacs?
- answers to these and 97 other essential gardening questions.
Discover and Enjoy the pleasures of locally grown food.