Self-sufficiency for the 21st Century

Self-sufficiency for the 21st Century

Book - 2010
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Father and son co-hosts of the UK television show, "It's not easy being green," share their experiences from Newhouse Farm in Cornwall, England, in this practical guide that covers wide ranging projects related to energy conservation, vegetable gardening and animal husbandry, and traditional crafts. Step-by-step photographs accompany detailed sketches and instructions.
Publisher: London ; New York : DK, 2010
Edition: First American edition
ISBN: 9780756663209
0756663202
Characteristics: 304 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Strawbridge, James

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donovangesting
Mar 01, 2011

Like a recipe book for projects! This is a great book for everything green. Most of it is introductory but a good start for everyone.

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alitat77
Jan 29, 2011

What can I say about this book except that I LOVE IT? I think everyone is bound to find at least ONE idea within that is worth a try. I had it setting on my dinner table for a week and no less than 5 people sat down and got engrossed. From my tech-geek brother to my pretty-garden-obsessed friend. Give it a try... this single book is worth four garden how-to's. Trust me!

debwalker Dec 12, 2010

All the info you need to move toward sustainability.

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22950009541673
Sep 11, 2010

Fun to read. Most of us will not apply every subject in the book, but you may well come up with something to try. Energy conservation, gardening, animal husbandry, woodlot management, recipes, remedies and various crafts are the broad headings covered. I especially liked the "Greener Cleaners", although most of them I already use.

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