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A Countryside Anthology 1998
How to start, equip, operate, and enjoy your place in the country
The Editors of Countryside Magazine
ISBN: 0-9729661-1-0
416 pages.
$ 19.95
Countryside & Small Stock Journal is a country magazine with a twist. A simple living magazine with an attitude. A lifestyle magazine with a viewpoint. And now, all that is a book! Whether your main interest is gardening or goats, woodlots or weeds, country cooking or country living in general, you’ll find a gold mine of great reading and valuable information in this collection of articles from an entire year’s worth of Countryside magazine. See what homesteaders were talking about in 1998, and learn about: restoring old apple trees planning your root cellar raising guinea fowl selecting small-farm tools raising rabbits making cheese and yogurt saving seeds companion planting. . . . .and much, much more! Countryside’s 1998 Anthology is 416 pages of simple delight.




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COUNTRYSIDE is the truly original country magazine (established 1917) serving that branch of the Voluntary Simplicity movement seeking greater self-reliance (homesteading), with emphasis on home food production. This includes gardening, small-scale livestock, cooking, food preservation, resource conservation, recycling, frugality, money management, alternative energy, old-time skills, home business, and
much more.
COUNTRYSIDE features reader-written personal experiences and photos straight out of family albums, making each issue just like a long letter from friends who are living the good life, beyond the sidewalks.



  Toil, feel, think, hope; you will be sure to dream enough before you die without arranging for it.

  — J. Sterling
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