Chelsea Green News Archive


Gene Logsdon: Farmer, Philosopher, Curmudgeon

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Unlike most octogenarians, author Gene Logsdon is picking up steam as he rolls into his ninth decade. He has developed a prolific body of work as a writer, novelist, and journalist on topics ranging from a philosophical look at woodlands (A Sanctuary of Trees) to the higher calling of manure (Holy Shit). Who else could accomplish such a task, but the beloved Gene Logsdon.

In his latest book, Gene Everlasting: A Contrary Farmer’s Thoughts on Living Forever, we find Logsdon at the top of his game as he reflects on nature, death, and eternity, always with an eye toward the lessons that farming taught him about life and its mysteries—including those of parsnips. Yes, parsnips. In Gene Everlasting, Gene has an imaginary interview with a parsnip and seeks its advice on everlasting life. “Mr. Parsnip” responds:

Develop a distinctive personality like we parsnips do, with a taste only appreciated by the few rather than by the many. You want to appeal to the discerning minority, not the herd-like majority, which is always susceptible to the moneychangers. If you are too desirable as a plant, the gene manipulators will bioengineer you into oblivion. 

Publishers Weekly calls Gene Everlasting, “Great bedtime reading, these succinct, thought-provoking, life-affirming essays are a perfect gift for your favorite gardener, nature lover, philosopher, or curmudgeon.”

Gene Everlasting is praised by Kirkus Reviews as a “perceptive and understatedly well-written meditation.” Booklist adds, “While his legion of fans may pale at the thought that Logsdon has just written his swan song, his recent remission from cancer offers hope that his writing days are far from over.”

As any regular reader of his blog can attest, Gene is hardly letting cancer slow him down as a writer. “I think cancer drove me to write more rather than less for the same reason that a fruit tree will increase output if its bark is lacerated with cuts and slashes,” writes Logsdon in Gene Everlasting. “Threatened with danger, the writer as well as the apple tree is frightened into greater production.”

Here’s to a healthy future, Gene. We look forward to more musings and contrarian output. In the meantime, take advantage of this opportunity to download a FREE CHAPTER and read an excerpt from Gene Everlasting. We dare you not to be touched by this author’s humor, insight, and endearing, curmudgeonly spirit. 

Sign up here and we’ll email Chapter 7: Georgie the Cat right to your inbox along with a special 35% discount code good towards any book. But hurry – this offer only lasts until 03/05!

Updated: Our limited time, free download has ended. But don’t forget when you sign up for our enewsletter you get 25% off your next purchase in our online bookstore.

Survive the Winter Blues: Save 25 – 60% Off

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

There is no denying it: the days are shorter and unless you planned for a winter garden, fresh vegetables from your backyard have long passed.

But don’t let the winter get you down. There are plenty of recipes to last you through the cold season and into the ‘hungry gap’.

Winter Sale: 25 – 60% Off Selected Titles
Until February 15th

We’ve shared a few easy, DIY recipes: from growing your own sprouts, a new take on flank steak, fermenting, baking, and of course day dreaming (and planning) for spring.

For next year, don’t limit your harvest to summer months. Dive into Four Season Harvest and The Winter Harvest Handbook so you can grow cold-hardy winter crops through the most biting cold.

Happy reading (and eating) from your friends at Chelsea Green Publishing.

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Sprouts: Breath Life back into Winter

Is your root cellar down to potatoes and onions? Fear not – growing sprouts is one of the simplest things you can do to breathe life into the deprivations of winter. Grow it »»
 


The Gourmet Butcher’s Pig in a Flanket

 

Looking for a new take on the flank steak? Let master butcher Cole Ward guide you with this easy and tasty recipe. Make it »»

 


Chop, Salt, Pack, Wait: Four Simple Steps to Making the Best Sauerkraut on Earth

Four easy steps are all you need to turn veggies into a long-lasting, tangy condiment perfect to serve alongside sausage or eggs.

So go ahead, make friends with the microbes in your life. Make it »»

 


Sweet Desserts: Cinnamon Spiral

Warm up your kitchen this winter with this sweet temptation. This isn’t just any bread – the crumb is firm and reminiscent of pound cake, while the crust is soft.

Cinnamon Spiral is comfort food with style.  Bake it »»

 


Start Seedlings in a Cold Frame

Are you ready to get a start on the gardening season? With a cold frame you can jump in now.

Farmer Eliot Coleman is the master of growing vegetables year-round, and he has some simple guidelines for using cold frames to start seedlings right. Build it »»


~ ~ Winter Savings: 25% Off  ~ ~
Gourmet Butcher's Guide (Coming in Jan)Retail $49.95
Sale: $37.46
The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail $40.00
Sale: $30.00
From the Wood-Fired Oven
Retail $44.95
Sale: $33.71
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail $39.95
Sale $29.96
The New Cider Maker's HandbookRetail $44.95
Sale $33.71

~ ~ Winter Deeper Savings: 40% Off ~ ~

The Winter Harvest Handbook
Retail $29.95
Sale: $17.97

Wild Fermentation
Retail $25.00
Sale: $15.00
Wild Flavors Cover
Retail $24.95
Sale: $14.97
The Grafter's Handbook
Retail $40.00
Sale: $24.00

Four-Season Harvest
Retail $24.95
Sale: $14.97

Gaia's Garden, 2nd Edition
Retail $29.95
Sale: $17.97
The Resilient Gardener Cover
Retail $29.95
Sale: $17.97
Slow Gardening
Retail $29.95
Sale: $17.97
~ ~ Need More? Clearance Selection: 60% Off  ~ ~
Chasing Chiles
Retail $17.95
Sale: $7.18
Home Baked
Retail $39.95
Sale: $15.98
Growing Healthy Vagetable Crops
Retail $12.95
Sale: $5.18
Sharing the Harvest
Retail $35.00
Sale: $14.00
Full Moon Feast
Retail $25.00
Sale: $10.00

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already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or
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Forget Something? Holiday Sale Extended!

Monday, January 6th, 2014

Our Holiday Sale has been such a success we’re extending it through January 15, 2014! So, while the holiday’s may have passed, you can still save 35% site-wide with discount code CGS13 (plus free shipping if you spend $100 or more).

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

And don’t forget about our New Releases and Award Winning books of 2013.

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


*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).

Classic and Best Selling

The Art of Fermentation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Gaia's Garden
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Four-Season Harvest
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
The Straw Bale House
Retail: $34.95
Sale: $22.72

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Gardening, Homesteading and Permaculture

Paradise Lot
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $26.00
The Winter Harvest Handbook
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47

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Preserving, Fermenting and Cooking

From the Wood-Fired Oven
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25
Wild Fermentation
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25

New Releases

Fields of Farmers
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25
The New Cider Maker's Handbook
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
Keeping a Family Cow
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97


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already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or
more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only)

Chelsea Green’s Award-Winning Books of 2013

Monday, December 30th, 2013

The James Beard Foundation. The Society of Environmental Journalists. The American Horticulture Society. The Garden Writers Association. Nautilus. The New York Book Show. ForeWord Reviews. These are just a few of the many prestigious outlets and organizations that honored Chelsea Green authors this past year with top writing and publishing awards.

These awards recognize the quality of our authors’ ideas, the power of their writing, and in some cases, the beauty of the book’s design and presentation.

Topping the awards list in 2013 were three books published in 2012: The Seed Underground by Janisse Ray, The Art of Fermentation by Sandor Ellix Katz, Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking by Gianaclis Caldwell; a fourth top award winner was published in early 2013, The Organic Seed Grower by John Navazio.

Ray’s book was honored with five awards in 2013, from horticultural and garden writers to journalistic organizations. This breadth of awards matches the range and depth of her book, which is a masterfully woven narrative about seeds, seed saving, and the people who are on the frontlines of preserving these heirloom and heritage seeds in a world dominated by the corporate control of seeds.

Caldwell’s gorgeously designed and illustrated cheesemaking book is a must-have for foodies who want to make cheese at home, or even start thinking about selling small batches. Caldwell walks readers through recipes and tips to make top-notch soft and hard rind cheeses. Chelsea Green’s production team also won some deserved credit, too, for the book design awards this book won.

One of the biggest awards this year was the James Beard Foundation Book Award, which was given to Sandor Ellix Katz for his book, The Art of Fermentation. Katz took home the top award in the Best Reference and Scholarship category.

Several other books took home top honors, or came darn close as finalists or honorable mentions. To recap another great year for Chelsea Green authors and our production and editorial teams, the full list of award-winners (and runners-up) are listed below:

The Seed Underground

Won: The Green Prize for Sustainable Literature, Agriculture
Won: Nautilus Award, Gold Book Award, Green Living
Won: Garden Writers Association Awards, Gold Award of Achievement, Writing-Book-General
Won: American Horticultural Society Book Award
Won: American Society of Journalists and Authors, Arlene Eisenberg Award for Writing That Makes a Difference

The Art of Fermentation

Won: James Beard Awards, Best Reference and Scholarship
Finalist: IACP Cookbook Awards, Reference
Finalist: Books for a Better Life Award

Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking

Won: ForeWord Book of the Year, Gold, Reference
Won: New England Book Show Awards, Professional-Illustrated
Won: New York Book Show Awards, Scholarly
Finalist: IACP Cookbook Awards, Reference

The New Feminist Agenda

Won: ForeWord Book of the Year, Bronze, Women’s Studies
Won: Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize

Nuclear Roulette

Finalist: ForeWord Book of the Year, Ecology & Environment

The Organic Seed Grower

Won: Garden Writers Association Awards, Silver Award of Achievement, Publisher/Producer—Book—Technical
Won: American Horticultural Society Book Award

Reinventing Fire

Won: Nautilus Award, Gold Book Award, Business/Leadership
Won: ForeWord Book of the Year, Gold, Business & Economics

The Holistic Orchard - Won: American Horticultural Society Book Award

Taste, Memory - Won: Amazon Best Books of the Year, #9 in Food Literature

Cheese and Culture - Finalist: IACP Cookbook Awards, Culinary History

2052 - Honorable Mention: SEJ Awards: Rachel Carson Environment Book Award

Top-Bar Beekeeping - Finalist: New Mexico Book Awards, Craft/Hobby/How-To

From Horse Power to Pee Power: Best Blog Posts of 2013

Monday, December 23rd, 2013

It’s hard to pick favorites. But, we took some time to reflect on some of the blog posts that you loved the most from this year.

To start on a good note, we had two books featured in The New York Times. The New Horse-Powered Farm  and Paradise Lot both graced the pages of the Home and Garden section.

apocalypticaContinuing on our great media streak, The Art of Fermentation was selected as a James Beard Award Winner!

And remember April Fools Day? Chelsea Green introduced Apocalyptica —a new sustainable erotica imprint. Everyone had a laugh over our re-worked book titles. And, who knows? With the continued strong growth among Romantic titles, perhaps some of these books will be discreetly placed on a bookshelf in a bookstore near you.

SauerkrautWe continued the year by telling readers about the The Power of Pee  — a natural way to enrich your soil. We also taught folks how to make the best sauerkraut on Earth  and said over and over again, “we can pickle that!”. Because, well, you can pickle that. Whatever it is.

From The New York Times features to April Fools Day fun, we enjoy bringing you fresh content on all things related to sustainable living.

What were your favorite posts of 2013? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook and Twitter.

Looking for the Perfect Gift?

Monday, December 9th, 2013

Chelsea Green is the perfect place to stock up on inspiring and educational gifts for everyone on your list (and don’t forget about yourself).

You’ll find the right gift for anyone, from gardeners and political activists to entrepreneurs, builders, foodies and cooks – we’ve got the book for you.

Use the discount code CGS13* 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 on-line bookstore.

Happy Holiday’s from the folks at Chelsea Green

P.S. Don’t forget there is free shipping on orders over $100*


*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).

Gardening and Agriculture

Edible Forest Gardens (2 volume set)
Retail: $150.00
Sale: $97.50
The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $26.00
Gaia's Garden, 2nd Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Market Farming Success, Revised and Expanded Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
The Grafter's Handbook
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $26.00
Keeping a Family Cow
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
The Resilient Gardener
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Perennial Vegetables
Retail: $35.00
Sale: $22.75

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Sustainable Food

From the Wood-Fired Oven
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Farm-Fresh and Fast
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
The New Cider Makers Handbook
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
The Art of Fermentation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Home Baked
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $26.00
Cooking Close to Home
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22

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Socially Responsible Business

Raising Dough
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
Good Morning, Beautiful Business
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67
Local Dollars, Local Sense
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67
Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money
Retail: $15.95
Sale: $10.37

Green Building

The Greened House Effect
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
No-Regrets Remodeling, Second Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Compact Living
Retail: $14.95
Sale: $9.72
The Natural Building Companion
Retail: $59.95
Sale: $38.95

Nature and Environment

Out on a Limb
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
The Zero Waste Solution
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Flying Blind
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Cows save the Planet
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67

Politics and Social Justice

Marijuana is Safer, Updated and Expanded Edition
Retail: $14.95
Sale: $9.72
What Then Must We Do?
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67
Slow Democracy
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
The New Feminist Agenda
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67

Renewable Energy

Reinventing Fire
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
The Log Book
Retail: $12.95
Sale: $8.42
Do it Yourself 12 Volt Solar Power
Retail: $14.95
Sale: $9.72
Power of the People
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97



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already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or
more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only)

Happy Holiday’s from Chelsea Green Publishing!

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

UPDATED January 1st: Our Holiday Sale has been such a success we’re extending it through January 15, 2014! So, while the holiday’s may have passed, you can still save 35% site-wide with discount code CGS13 (plus free shipping if you spend $100 or more).

—–

We’ve kicked off our Holiday Sale – with 35% off any purchase at our on-line bookstore. Simply use the code CGS13 at checkout from now until the end of the year. Along with this great discount, we have free shipping on any orders over $100*.

Is there a small farmer or organic gardener on your gift list? How about a builder? Or foodies and cooks? Whomever you have on your shopping list, we’ve got you covered.

Don’t forget about our bundles, sets and DVDs!

Need a recommendation? Email us at [email protected]

Happy Holiday’s from the Employee Owners at Chelsea Green Publishing

 


*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). 

~ The Homesteader ~

The Resilient Farm and Homestead
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $26.00
The New Cider Makers Handbook
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Keeping a Family Cow
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
The Small-Scale Poultry Flock
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Natural Beekeeping, Revised and Expanded
Retail: $34.95
Sale: $22.72
Holistic Orchard with Michael Phillips
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $32.47
Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47

~ The Fermenter ~ 

The Art of Fermentation
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Wild Fermentation
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25
Preserving Food without Freezing or Canning
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25
Mastering Artisan Cheese
Retail: $40.00
Sale: $26.00

The Naturalist ~ 

Out on A Limb
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
The Zero Waste Solution
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
2052
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Cows Save The Planet
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67

The Gardener ~ 

Gaia's Garden, 2nd Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
The Winter Harvest Handbook
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Seed to Seed
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Perennial Vegetables
Retail: $35.00
Sale: $22.75

The Foodie ~ 

Rebuilding the Foodshed
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
Raising Dough
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Food Rights
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97

The Small Farmer ~ 

Market Farming Success, Revised and Expanded Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
The Organic Seed Grower
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $32.47
The Organic Farmer's Business Handbook
Retail: $34.95
Sale: $22.72
Fields of Farmers
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25

The Cook ~ 

From the Wood-Fired Oven
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
Home Baked
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
Cooking Close to Home
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Farm-Fresh and Fast
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22

The Natural Builder ~ 

No-Regrets Remodeling, Second Edition
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
The Greened House Effect
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
The Natural Building Companion
Retail: $59.95
Sale: $38.97
Compact Living
Retail: $14.95
Sale: $9.72

The Local Living Economist ~ 

What Then Must We Do?
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67
Good Morning, Beautiful Business
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67
Local Dollars, Local Sense
Retail: $17.95
Sale: $11.67
Slow Money
Retail: $15.95
Sale: $10.37

 

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Nature and Environment Green Building Business Science
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We’re Hiring! Join the Team as Media and Communications Associate

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

 

Chelsea Green Publishing is looking for an experienced, book-loving, sustainability-minded Media and Communications Associate to join our growing marketing team in the company’s Burlington, VT office.

If you’re interested, please send resumé and cover letter by November 20th, to Communications Director, Shay Totten  at [email protected] No phone calls, please.

Details:

The Media and Communications Associate is a full-time staff position with responsibilities in leading the Chelsea Green marketing team’s social media and web content strategy and assisting with publicity, media outreach, and relevant marketing strategies to expand audience engagement and brand development. The Media and Communications Associate reports to the Communications Director. This is a full-time, salaried position based in the Burlington, VT, office with the expectation that one day per week, on average, is spent in CGP’s White River Junction, VT office.

Below is an outline of the Associate’s core responsibilities and duties:

Social Media and Online Content

  • Take the lead role in creating social media postings and engaging with our online community via social media. Tasks include:
  • Maintain a regular calendar and share with marketing staff;
  • Work closely with authors to manage their book release campaigns and speaking tours;
  • Tracking and responding to social media statistics to ensure high quality, and high levels of engagement on all platforms. Provide monthly reports to key staff and managers; and,
  • Prepare Chelsea Green content for other content-sharing platforms, as needed, such as Scribd.
  • Research and draft content topics posted to the company’s blog, social media, and multimedia channels for maximum SEO, reach, branding, and effectiveness. Tasks include:
  • Monitoring the emerging, and existing, trends and best practices in SEO, social media, and other online marketing strategies to build our online presence and brand awareness;
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with like-minded organizations to help build our online community and expand the brand identity of our books, authors, and CGP; and,
  • Develop and manage content strategies to expand our engagement into new audiences, and deepen our reach into existing markets.

Media and Publicity Tasks

Publicity

  • Handle requests for review copies, via email.
  • Develop and manage media campaigns for individual books, as well as individual authors.
  • Track media hits, (or assign to Marketing and Publicity Intern when necessary), send weekly report to staff and publicists.

Media Outreach

  • Assist the Communications Director in researching and engaging with bloggers, reporters, and reviewers to review our books and/or authors.
  • Assist Communications Director in the drafting and distribution of press releases and targeted emails promoting authors as they travel to select cities and regions.
  • Assist Communications Director in the research, drafting, and distribution of targeted promotions to select media, producers and hosts.
  • Develop and maintain ongoing relationships with members of the media.

Requirements

  • College degree
  • Commitment to Chelsea Green’s business and publishing mission
  • Excellent organizational skill
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Proven background in media relations, marketing and/or publicity
  • Detail-oriented
  • Strong social skills
  • Background in community engagement and audience development a plus
  • Self-motivated and able to work independently with little supervision
  • Able to prioritize and juggle competing deadlines
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel a must, as well as Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and other social media and blogging platforms. Knowledge of database management a plus, as well.
  • Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat)
  • Provide weekly reports to Communications Director to be included as part of their reports to full staff
  • Familiarity with Google Analytics, and other online tracking software.
  • Participate in weekly sales and marketing meetings
  • Travel to trade shows and author events as necessary

To Apply:

To apply, please email a cover letter, resumé, three references, and a selection of writing samples to Shay Totten, Communications Director, [email protected] Please, no phone calls.

Save 35% off on our New Crop of Fall Books

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Finishing your preserving and gardening projects? Dreaming of what next year’s plans will bring?

Whether you are looking to tackle cider making; raising a family cow; tap into sugaring (spoiler alert: it’s not just for maple); or to learn from farmer Joel Salatin on building the next generation of farmers — you’ll find that and much more with our new fall releases.

For nearly thirty years, Chelsea Green has published books, written by experts that focus on being a resource for timeless skills that you will turn to again and again. Books that contain both a holistic approach, and detailed, how-to ways to expand your skills.

Don’t miss some of our favorite titles just released in paperback!

 

New Books: On Sale until November 22nd

 

From the Wood Fired Oven
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
Keeping a Family Cow
Retail: $19.95
Sale: $12.97
The New Cider Makers Handbook
Retail: $44.95
Sale: $29.22
The Sugarmaker's Companion
Retail: $39.95
Sale: $25.97
The Zero Waste Solution
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Out on a Limb
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Market Farming Success
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Flying Blind
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Marijuana is Safer
Retail: $14.95
Sale: $9.72
Fields of Farmers
Retail: $25.00
Sale: $16.25
The Organic Grain Grower
Retail: $45.00
Sale: $29.25
Retail: $49.95
Sale: $32.47
Pre-Order your copy!!

 

Sowing Seeds in the Desert
Retail: $15.95
Sale: $10.37
Reinventing Fire
Retail: $29.95
Sale: $19.47
Wild Flavors
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
Cooking Close to Home
Retail: $24.95
Sale: $16.22
The Log Book
Retail: $12.95
Sale: $8.42
No-Regrets Remodeling, Second Edition
Retail: $29.95
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The Resilient Farm and Homestead
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The Art of Fermentation
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The Organic Grain Grower
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The New Cider Maker's Handbook
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Edible Forest Gardens (2 volume set)
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The Resilient Gardener
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Gaia's Garden, Second Edition
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The Man Who Planted Trees
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Out on a Limb
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The Sugarmaker's Companion
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Paradise Lot
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From the Wood-Fired Oven
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Four-Season Harvest
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Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning
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Wild Fermentation
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You Can Farm
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The Organic Seed Grower
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The Small-Scale Poultry Flock
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Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking
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Natural Beekeeping, Revised and Expanded Edition
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The New Organic Grower
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The Bread Builders
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Seed to Seed
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Sepp Holzer's Permaculture
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Rebuilding the Foodshed
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The Holistic Orchard
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Growing Food in a Hotter, Drier Land
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Limits to Growth
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Thinking in Systems
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When Technology Fails
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Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money
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The Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm
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The Grafter's Handbook
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The New Horse-Powered Farm
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Farms with a Future
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Desert or Paradise
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The Straw Bale House
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The Winter Harvest Handbook
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The Natural House
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