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A Countryside Anthology 1999
How to start, equip, operate, and enjoy your place in the country
The Editors of Countryside Magazine
ISBN: 978-0-97296612-2
422 pages.
$ 19.95
Now, for the second time, you can get all the valuable information in a whole year’s worth of Countryside in one handy volume. Whether your main interest is gardening or goats, woodlots or weeds, country cooking or country living in general, this collection of articles first appearing in 1999 contains an entire year’s worth of Countryside to inspire, inform, and entertain you. Read about living off the fat of the land on your own small country place, and make the dream come alive with the stories, goals, experiences—failures and successes—and the ultimate triumphs of other homesteaders as they strive to take charge of their own lives in our hectic modern world. See what homesteaders were talking about in 1999, and learn how to: Use and find water on the homestead Make vinegar Build using low-cost methods Enrich your soil Use alternative energy Make cheese and yogurt Raise cattle, goats, sheep and rabbits Dry food using solar power …and much, much more! Over 400 pages of the best homesteading information available!




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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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