Chelsea Green News Archive


Year in Review: 30 Years of Independent Publishing

Thursday, January 22nd, 2015

We wrapped up another year at Chelsea Green Publishing with a party, and not just any party — our 30th anniversary party.

We had plenty to celebrate:

If you don’t believe us, check out these stellar profiles in a variety of Vermont media, our hometown paper The Valley News, and book industry journal Publishers Weekly.

If you weren’t at our 30th anniversary celebration at Three Tomatoes in Lebanon, NH, we posted some pictures featuring some of the attendees – including co-founders Margo and Ian Baldwin, organic gardening pioneer Eliot Coleman, and dozens of authors, as well as current and former staff.

At the party, we officially released The Chelsea Green Reader, a book that Library Journal said:

“Shows Chelsea Green’s wide range: excerpts from more than 100 publications encompass poetry and fiction, memoirs, nature and adventure travel, gardening, politics, green living, food, permaculture and agriculture, and many more categories. The foreword by cofounder and publisher emeritus Ian Baldwin proudly notes how often Chelsea Green was ahead of the curve: such subjects as fermented foods, hemp farming, community-supported agriculture, and reducing car dependency were covered in the company’s titles before they became trendy or even widely accepted.

Remaining ahead of the curve and relevant is where Chelsea Green continues to find itself as a publisher in an era when it seems like many publishers simply follow what’s “hot” or “trendy.”

As co-founder, and our current president and publisher Margo Baldwin told The Valley News: “I think we had good instincts of what’s coming next. The challenge is staying on the leading edge and remaining important.”

Hurry! Holiday Sale Ends Today

Sunday, January 11th, 2015

This is it. Today is your last chance to save with our extended holiday sale.

Save 35% off every purchase with discount code CGS14. But hurry – it’ll be gone tomorrow.

Don’t forget about our new releases, DVDs and bundles!

Need a recommendation? We’re here to help. Email us at [email protected].

P.S. Remember we offer free shipping on orders of $100 or more!

The Heal Your Gut Cookbook

Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation

Hemp Bound

Integrated Forest Gardening

The ALL NEW Don't Think like an Elephant!

The Art of Fermentation

The Small-Scale Poultry Flock

Edible Forest Gardens Set

The Wild Wisdom of Weeds

An Unlikely Vineyard

The Resilient Farm and Homestead

Angels by the River Gaia's Garden Defending Beef Grass, Soil, Hope

 

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Nature and Environment Green Building Business Science

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The Latest Offerings From Our Publishing Partners

Thursday, January 8th, 2015

In addition to publishing our own books on the politics and practice of sustainable living, Chelsea Green offers a helping hand to smaller publishers and those based overseas to bring their books to a wider audience. For the latest selection of titles from our publishing partners, check out the list below.

You’ll find books on a variety of topics including examining plants across the globe, observing natural landscapes in the United Kingdom, revealing the secrets of the truffle, and more.

Here’s an update on the new books from Permanent Publications, one of our strongest partnerships:

Around the World in 80 Plants- This book takes us on an original and inspiring adventure around the temperate world, introducing us to the author Stephen Barstow’s top eighty perennial leafy-green vegetables. Sprinkled with recipes inspired by local traditional gastronomy, this is a fascinating book, an entertaining journey, and a real milestone in climate-friendly vegetable growing from a pioneering expert on the subject.

The Vegan Book of Permaculture- In this groundbreaking book, author Graham Burnett demonstrates how understanding universal patterns and principles, and applying these to our own gardens and lives, can make a very real difference to both our personal lives and the health of our planet. Interspersed with an abundance of delicious, healthy, and exploitation-free recipes, Burnett provides solutions-based approaches to an eco-friendly, truly vegan lifestyle.

How to Read the Landscape (coming soon) - From his years of experience observing the landscape across the UK, author Patrick Whitefield explains everything from the details, such as the meaning behind the shapes of different trees, to how whole landscapes, including woodland, grassland, and moorland, fit together and function as a whole. Opening How to Read the Landscape is like opening a window on a whole new way of seeing the living world around you.

And, coming soon from some of our other publishing partners, Slow Food Editore and The Greenhorns, check out these new titles:

For the fourth consecutive year, Slow Food International offers an English-language edition of their guide to Italian wines whose qualities extend well beyond the palate. With visits to 350 cellars, its 3000 wine reviews describe not only what’s in the glass, but also what goes into the winemaking process for each label. (coming soon)
An aura of mystery surrounds the most precious of the earth’s fruits. This Slow Food manual dispels it, describing the various types of tuber, explaining how to recognize and select them, and offering suggestions for buying truffles, cleaning them, storing them, and using them in the kitchen. This practical advice is complemented by a series of itineraries in the homeland of the Alba white truffle and a selection of classic and creative recipes. (coming soon)
The theme of the second New Farmers’ Almanac is “Agrarian Technology.” In this volume, you will find answers to practical questions about institutional forms, and future-making: restoration agro-forestry, reclaiming high desert urban farmland, starting a co-op, pickup truck maintenance, pirate radio utopia, cheap healthcare, farming while pregnant, farm terraces, and quite a few more. (coming soon)

Year in Review: Award-Winning and “Best” Books of 2014

Monday, January 5th, 2015

As we take our first steps into the New Year, we wanted to take a few minutes to look back and tally up some of the awards, honorable mentions, and “best of” accolades that our authors racked up in 2014—our 30th anniversary in publishing.

Awards

The Resilient Farm and Homestead won the American Horticultural Society Book Award. The reviewers said Falk’s book is full of “exciting ways to more fully engage with the land you call home.” The book also “eloquently advocates for taking a holistic approach to self-sufficiency that can have broad applications beyond the farm … a thought-provoking and comprehensive resource, unlike anything else out there on the subject of sustainable living.”

Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land by Gary Paul Nabhan won a silver medal in the Garden Writers Association Book Award for 2014. Nabhan and his book won a New Mexico Book Award, too.

Judith Wicks and Judith Schwartz won Nautilus Book Awards. Now in its 15th year, the Nautilus Awards is a unique program honoring books that inspire and connect our lives as individuals, communities, and global citizens. Wicks received a Gold Award in the Business and Leadership category for her book Good Morning, Beautiful Business, while Silver Awards in the Green Living/Sustainability category were given to Schwartz for Cows Save the Planet.

Several of our authors were also recognized with Atlas Awards. This initiative was established to honor climate heroes that are focused on building a converging, unified, and urgent voice for the climate movement. Congratulations to Jorgen Randers (2052), Greg Pahl (Power from the People), Susan Clark and Woden Teachout (Slow Democracy), and Amory Lovins (Reinventing Fire).

Sometimes it truly is just an honor to be in the running – especially when it comes to such prestigious award ceremonies as the International Association of Culinary Professionals Cookbook Awards and Taste Canada Cookbook awards. The New Cider Maker’s Handbook was a finalist for both awards. Author Claude Joliceour didn’t win, but was in very good company as a finalist.

In addition, two other authors were finalists for big writing prizes this year:

Saroyan International Prize for Writing – awarded to newly published works of both fiction and non-fiction. The finalist in this prize was Slowspoke: A Unicyclist’s Guide to America by Mark Schimmoeller.
Kirkus Book Prize – a new cash prize of $50,000 given annually to three outstanding books that have received Kirkus starred reviews. The one book of Chelsea Green’s that fit the prize criteria was Gene Everlasting: A Contrary Farmer’s Thoughts on Living Forever by Gene Logsdon.

Best of the Best

At the end of the year, some of our favorite writers and publications compile their “best of” lists, and Chelsea Green authors found themselves on a number of those roundups.

An Unlikely VineyardAnUnlikelyVineyard

An Unlikely Vineyard was called one of the best wine books of 2014 by New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov. Here is part of what he had to say: “I won’t mince words … . I love this book, which conveys beautifully why the best wine is, at heart, an agricultural expression. … The book is not solely about grape-growing. Ms. Heekin places wine in the context of a diverse farm, an alternative to the agricultural and critical view of wine as a monoculture. In the end, she writes, what’s most important is ‘the shared experience around the table that is defined by the culture of food, wine, friendship, ideas and heart.’ If you can find her soulful wine, produced in tiny quantities and labeled La Garagista, it resonates with every sentiment in the book.” Similarly glowing reviews appeared in The Boston Globe, The Village Voice, and other notable publications.

Defending Beef

Nicolette Hahn Niman’s Defending Beef was named by Mother Jones’ Tom Philpott as one of the best food books of 2014, claiming, “A longtime critic of industrial agriculture and a lawyer by training, Niman mounts a lawyerly case for pasture-based beef production. She does so from an interested position. She’s the wife of Bill Niman, one of the nation’s most celebrated grass-based ranchers. But critics who want to dismiss Niman’s advocacy on economic-interest grounds have to grapple with the mountains of evidence she brings to bear.” The organization Food Tank also named Defending Beef one of the best food books of 2014, saying: “In response to the ecological objection that cattle production produces more harm than good, biologist, environmental lawyer, long-time vegetarian and rancher, Nicolette Hahn Niman presents the case that raising cattle can in fact have many environmental benefits. Using scientific data, Niman argues how small-scale, grass-fed cattle operations are actually part of a long-term sustainability solution. Niman’s book picked up fantastic reviews from The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic (which also included it among the “best” of 2014 books) among other key publications and food writers; a sure sign the book has the attention of foodies and food writers around the country. Look for more on this book in 2015.

The Gourmet Butcher’s Guide to MeatGourmet-Butcher

The Gourmet Butcher’s Guide to Meat is Vermont-based butcher Cole Ward’s how-to guide to home and small-scale butchery (along with a history of gourmet butchery and includes a step-by-step how-to CD of images). This book, published in February, was named one of the best food books of 2014 by The Atlantic’s award-winning food writer Corby Kummer. In his review, Kummer also gave a nod to two other Chelsea Green books, the award-winning and bestselling The Art of Fermentation as well as the aforementioned Defending Beef.

Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation

Tradd Cotter’s impressive debut received plenty of praise from mycologists and fungi fans around the world, and Booklist editors named it one of their Top 10 books on gardening and crafts for 2014. “With plenty of photographs and other illustrations and comprehensive back matter, including glossary, bibliography, list of resources and suppliers, and index, Cotter’s advanced how-to is best for those seeking serious mycological knowledge,” Booklist’s reviewers wrote.

Forget Something? Holiday Sale Extended!

Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

Our Holiday Sale was such a success that we’re extending it through January 11, 2015! So, while the holidays have passed, you can still save 35% on everything when you use the discount code CGS14 (plus free shipping if you spend $100 or more).

Need some inspiration? Browse some of our new releases. Or maybe you’re planning ahead for spring? Check out our gardening, homesteading and permaculture titles. Want to beef up your foodie skills? Give our preserving, fermenting and cooking books a look.

Happy New Year from the Employee Owners at Chelsea Green

P.S. We’ve highlighted some books below but you can always browse our full online bookstore here: http://www.chelseagreen.com/bookstore

Gaia's Garden

Edible Forest Gardens Set

The Art of Fermentation

Four Season Harvest

The Resilient Farm and Homestead

Integrated Forest Gardening

Organic Mushroom Farmiing

The Small-Scale Poultry Flock

Heal Your Gut The New Cider Maker's

Wood Fired Oven

An Unlikely Vineyard

Chelsea Green Reader Angels by the River The Wild Wisdom of Weeds Defending Beef

 

View All Books Instructional DVDs New Releases Bundles and Sets
Gardening Food Simple Living Renewable Energy
Nature and Environment Green Building Business Science

*Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only).

Time is Running Out on Our Holiday Sale!

Sunday, December 28th, 2014

UPDATED: Our Holiday Sale has been such a success we’re extending it through January 11, 2015! So, while the holidays may have passed, you can still save 35% sitewide with discount code CGS14 (plus free shipping if you spend $100 or more).

This is it. Your last chance to save with our holiday sale.

Save 35% off every purchase with discount code CGS14 until the end of the year. But hurry – there are only a few days left!

And don’t forget about our DVDs and bundles!

Need a recommendation? We’re here to help. Email us at [email protected]

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The clock is ticking on our Holiday Sale!

Sunday, December 14th, 2014

UPDATED: Our Holiday Sale has been such a success we’re extending it through January 11, 2015! So, while the holidays may have passed, you can still save 35% sitewide with discount code CGS14 (plus free shipping if you spend $100 or more).

Looking for something on your holiday shopping list? Look no further; we’ve got the book for you!

Shop our online bookstore and find that perfect gift for your friends and family. But hurry, there are only a couple of days left to ensure it arrives by Christmas.

You’ll find the right gift for anyone, from gardeners and political activists to entrepreneurs, builders, foodies and cooks.

Use the discount code CGS14 at checkout to save 35% off your entire order from now until the end of the year. Take a look at some of our new and popular titles below to get started, or browse our full online bookstore.

Happy Holidays from the folks at Chelsea Green

P.S. Feel free to drop us a line if you need a recommendation or have a question on shipping dates.


Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). International orders can be placed by phone (802-295-6300) or email.


~Permaculture~

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~New Releases~

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~Classic~

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New Audio Books: Bears and Elephants Oh My!

Friday, December 12th, 2014

Whether you’re keen on learning more about the secretive lives of black bears or how to unlock the secrets of political framing, two recent Chelsea Green books are now available in audio so you can listen in the car, at home, or wherever you prefer.

To sample the audio of either book, check out the Soundcloud embeds below.

Happy Listening!

The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant!

dontThinkOfAnElephantGeorge Lakoff’s The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant! (narrated by Chris Sorenson) — the revised and expanded 10th anniversary edition of his international bestseller Don’t Think of an Elephant! — has been the go-to book for progressives since it was first published in 2004. Called the “father of framing” by The New York Times, Lakoff explains how framing is about ideas—ideas that come before policy, ideas that make sense of facts, ideas that are proactive not reactive, positive not negative, ideas that need to be communicated out loud every day in public. The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant! picks up where the original book left off—delving deeper into how framing works, how framing has evolved in the past decade, how to speak to people who harbor elements of both progressive and conservative worldviews, how to counter propaganda and slogans, and more.

Howard Dean, the one-time presidential candidate, Vermont governor, and founder of Democracy for America, had this to say about Lakoff’s new book: “The ALL NEW Don’t Think of an Elephant! is a must read, every bit as important as the first edition. This time we have to train ourselves to think for the long term. Buy this book, memorize it, and teach it to your children. Progressives may be smart, but we don’t communicate our ideas well. This book is the blueprint for how to do better.”

In the Company of Bears

IntheCompanyofBearsBen Kilham’s In The Company of Bears (narrated by George Backman) unveils his groundbreaking work in the field of black bears. Like others, he once thought that black bears were solitary. But he discovered that they actually have extraordinary communication and interaction with each other—creating and enforcing codes of conduct, forming alliances, and even sharing territory and food when supplies are ample. In the Company of Bears (originally released in hardcover as Out on a Limb) is more than a story about bears. It’s the story of a scientist once kept from a traditional science career by his dyslexia, only to find that thinking and seeing differently was his greatest gift and his best tool to interpret the non-human world.

Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, author of The Hidden Life of Dogs, had this praise for Kilham’s book: “Ben Kilham’s In the Company of Bears is surely the most insightful book about animals written in the last 100 years. His observation of black bears is the best ever done, his data is flawless, and these attributes have created a landmark of science that as far as I know has not been equalled with any other species. And if that’s not enough, it’s also a page-turner and a must-read. It left me breathless.”

A Look Back at 2014: Our Top 10 Blog Posts

Thursday, December 11th, 2014

As we look back on the year almost finished, we’ve started to take stock in what our community has found most useful to them. If it’s one thing (or two) we know about our readers, it’s that they love growing food and getting their hands dirty. How can we be so sure? Six of our ten most popular blog posts from 2014 are garden related.

See for yourself: We’ve listed them all below, they offer a wealth of information on topics from growing mushrooms on a pair of old jeans, to drinking nutrient-rich sap straight from the tree, to tips on cooking the perfect grassfed steak, and more. In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing more about some of our favorite blog posts from the past year. So, be sure to check back.

For now, though, let the Top Ten countdown begin!

#10. What is a Plant Guild?

Plant experts and permaculture designers Wayne Weiseman, Daniel Halsey, and Bryce Ruddock share what they’ve learned about plant guilds in their new book, Integrated Forest Gardening.

#9. How to Plan the Best Garden Ever

This post features author Carol Deppe’s techniques and tricks, from her book The Resilient Gardener, to help alleviate some of the hard work that goes into growing your own food. Also, be sure to check out Deppe’s new book, The Tao of Vegetable Gardening, where she explores the practical methods as well as the deeper essence of gardening.

#8. Building Your Backyard Permaculture Paradise

More information on building plant guilds and drafting a master species list is shared in this excerpt from Paradise Lot.

#7. Grow Mushrooms on Your Jeans. Seriously.

The ultimate way to recycle, use old clothes to grow food! Tradd Cotter, author of Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation provides an easy, step-by-step outline of how to grow oyster mushrooms using the most unlikeliest of materials – a pair of jeans.

#6. The Ultimate Raised Bed: How To Make An Herb Spiral

The herb spiral: A beautiful year-round focal point for your garden that is easy and fun to build and saves both space and water. In Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist, author Michael Judd shows how to create this edibles-producing superstar.

#5. Tree Sap: Nature’s Energy Drink

It’s not as sticky as you might think. Tree sap, whether from maple, birch, or walnut, is comprised mostly of water with 2 percent or less sugar and loaded with minerals, nutrients, enzymes, antioxidants, and more. Learn about this incredible, all-natural beverage from Michael Farrell in this excerpt from The Sugarmaker’s Companion.

#4. How to Start Seedlings in a Cold Frame

Harness the heating power of the sun even in the winter months with these guidelines on how to start seedlings in a cold frame from master gardener Eliot Coleman. Excerpted from his book Four-Season Harvest.

#3. Recipe: Ginger Beer

A top 10 list certainly wouldn’t be complete without a couple contributions from the fermentation guru himself, Sandor Katz. Check out his recipe for all-natural ginger beer using a “ginger-bug” to start the fermentation process.

#2. DIY Dilly Beans: Voted “Best Snack Ever”

Sandor Katz is a self-proclaimed “vinegar obsessed freak on the verge of collapse every time a pickle is near.” His recipe for Dilly Beans will hopefully convince you these are indeed the “best snack ever.”

#1. How to Cook the Perfect Tender Grassfed Steak

It’s heartening to see so many people are supporting small-scale farmers and actively seeking out ways to properly cook their ethically sourced grassfed steak. This #1 most popular post features pointers from farmer and cookbook author Shannon Hayes (Long Way on a Little, The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook) on how to cook the most tender grassfed steak both indoors and on the grill. For more information on the environmental and health benefits of sustainable meat production, read Nicolette Hahn Niman’s new book, Defending Beef.

Here’s to a successful 2014 and we’re looking forward to sharing even more great content from our talented authors in 2015.

Cheers!

Stocking Stuffer Holiday Sale!

Monday, December 8th, 2014

UPDATED: Our Holiday Sale has been such a success we’re extending it through January 11, 2015! So, while the holidays may have passed, you can still save 35% sitewide with discount code CGS14 (plus free shipping if you spend $100 or more).

Our stocking stuffer holiday sale continues with 35% off any purchase at our online bookstore.

Simply use the code CGS14 at checkout from now until the end of the year. Take a look at some of our new and popular titles below to get started, or browse our full online bookstore.

Don’t forget there is free shipping on orders over $100!

Happy Holidays from the folks at Chelsea Green

Need more? Email us at [email protected] for recommendations.

~New Releases~

Slowspoke

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Farming the Woods

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The Heal Your Gut Cookbook

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The Chelsea Green Reader

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Organic Mushroom Farming and Mycoremediation

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Defending Beef

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The Wild Wisdom of Weeds

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Angels by the River

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~Bundles and Sets~

The Joel Salatin Set

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Holistic Orcharding with Michael Phillips Book and DVD Bundle

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Preserving the Harvest Set

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~Gardening and Agriculture~

The Sugarmaker's Companion

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The Resilient Gardener

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Keeping a Family Cow

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The Small-Scale Poultry Flock

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Paradise Lot

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Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land

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The Alternative Kitchen Garden

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The Four-Season Harvest

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~Sustainable Food~

The New Cider Maker's Handbook

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Wild Fermentation

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Full Moon Feast

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The Permaculture Kitchen

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~Nature & Environment ~

The Zero Waste Solution

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Gene Everlasting

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Cows Save the Planet

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Extracted

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~Green Building~

The New Net Zero

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Compact Living

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Roundwood Timber Framing

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Building a Low Impact Roundhouse

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