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February 2005

Good Food Corner: Fava Beans

Fava Beans are one of the more than 400 whole foods Diane Onstead breaks down in The Whole Foods Companion. Fresh fava beans are large, flat, and oval, with a firm creamy texture and dainty, nutty taste. Young beans are quite tender, but as they mature, the skin covering the bean becomes coarser and tougher. […]

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Lisa Harrow Interviewed by Wild Side News

What Can I Do? author Lisa Harrow and her husband, whale biologist Roger Payne, were interviewed on the Wild Side News this week about their latest project, Lessons from Copernicus. Lisa and Roger talked about their ongoing work, Lisa about her new book What Can I Do: An Alphabet for Living, created from her passion […]

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New: Chelsea Green Reference Desk

“We are constantly in awe of our authors,” wrote Chelsea Green Editor-in-Chief John Barstow recently. And it’s true! Our authors are leading experts in everything from fermentation to wind power. So this month, we’re happy to roll out the Chelsea Green Reference Desk, a new feature on our website that allows you to access our […]

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NASA cits Gipe Power Law

Wind Power author Paul Gipe earned recognition last month when NASA sited his earlier book, Wind Energy Basics and the Gipe Power Law in a recent document on surface meteorology and solar energy. NASA issued a press release stating, “The Gipe Power Law is used to calculate a new wind speed from the wind speed […]

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Publishing Pioneers

The Vermont Guardian this month wrote, “In the end, any book publisher is defined by the collections of words contained in their storehouse. Vermont’s Chelsea Green is re-defining itself as ‘the mouse that roared,’ the little Green Mountain press with the courage to issue a provocative literary challenge to the status quo. We might do […]

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National Biodiesel Day

Farmers, engineers, environmentalists, and biofuel enthusiasts have reason to celebrate this month. March 18th is National Biodiesel Day, and this year will mark a 15% increase in the biodiesel industry over 2004, as promising information and legislation about the alternative fuel continue to crop up.

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