Urban Farm Handbook: City Slicker Resources for Growing, Raising, Sourcing, Trading, and Preparing What You EatAnnette Cottrell, Joshua McNichols
This book was written by two people who live in Seattle and learned how to opt out of the industrial food system. this book pretty much tells you how to grow/locally source all your food. it has recipes and such for making soap, biochar/compost, jam, etc. it talks about how to raise goats, chickens, rabbits and bees. It also has tips on how to adjust your diet seasonally and stuff like that. But the best part is that it’s all specific to living in our climate in the city. you should put two votes on this book.
|genre||Utopian Studies » Gardening|
|publish date||October 3, 2011|
|popularity||checked out 6 time(s)|