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January 2013

Nose-to-Tail Cooking: 4 Offal Recipes from Long Way on a Little

Reposted from Mother Earth News. “Every earth-conscious home cook who wishes to nourish his or her family with sustainable, local, grassfed and pastured meats should be able to, regardless of income,” argues Shannon Hayes, radical homesteader and author of Long Way on a Little. The core reference for any home cook, Long Way on a […]

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Recipe: Squash Ravioli

The following is an excerpt from In Late Winter We Ate Pears: A Year of Hunger and Love by Deirdre Heekin and Caleb Barber. It has been adapted for the Web. Tortelli di Zucca Squash Ravioli Around the elegant northern city of Mantova these ravioli are called Tortelli alla Mantovana, “in the style of Mantova.” […]

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Why I’m On A Hunger Strike — Diane Wilson

Diane Wilson is a long time environmental activist, the author of Diary of an Eco-Outlaw, and An Unreasonable Woman, and an injured worker advocate in the Texas Gulf Coast. She is presently on a hunger strike to stop Valero from investing in the Canada tar sands. She forwarded us this letter last week… Workers! Demand […]

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NEW! Gift Sets for Gardeners and Eco-Foodies

Several classic Chelsea Green books are now available as convenient sets at discounted prices. By combining books that are commonly purchased together, we make it easier and more affordable to add these valuable titles to your library, or give them as gifts. In addition to putting their expertise down on paper in our books, several […]

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Save 25% on Desert or Paradise

Sepp Holzer was doing permaculture before he even knew what permaculture was. He started playing around in his mother’s garden as a little boy, learning how nature functioned and what helped plants thrive. When permaculture practitioners visited Holzer’s homestead, they were astonished to find the theories they learned from Bill Mollison and David Holmgren applied […]

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Project: How to Make an Axe

When it comes to useful DIY projects, I’m sure most of you don’t think, “Gee, I think I’d like to make myself a hatchet today.” But with some scrap steel, a hacksaw, a file, a drill, a bonfire, a bucket of water and an oven, you can make this simple, hardy, “democratic” axe. Don’t believe […]

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How to Spot a Farm with a Future – Grist Interviews Rebecca Thistlethwaite

If you follow the farming blog Honest Meat, you already know who Rebecca Thistlethwaite is. Thistlethwaite and her husband have traveled the country visiting farms and documenting their travels on Honest Meat. They once were farmers themselves, but decided to stop for a while to do some on-the-ground research to answer the most important question […]

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Happy New Year! Some Highlights from our Spring List

Well, congratulations, readers! We made it through the Mayan apocalypse, the solstice, the holiday shopping season, holiday travel with its inevitable weather hazards, and family get-togethers, with their inevitable emotional hazards.The warmth of spring may still seem far off, but we’re hard at work on the next round of Chelsea Green books. To inspire you […]

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