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Storey’s Basic Country Skills
A Practical Guide to Self-Reliance
John & Martha Story
ISBN: 1-58017-202-4
564 pages.
$ 24.95
Over 150 expert authors contributed their specialized knowledge and experience in creating this large reference guide to living a more independent, satisfying life. Whether it’s making ice cream or sharpening an axe, cleaning a chimney or growing raspberries, you’ll learn how to do it in this treasury of time-honored country wisdom. Illustrated step-by-step instructions will show you how to milk a cow, tap a maple tree, clean a fish, lead a horse, and build the best chicken coop. You’ll find out how to heat your house with wood or by the sun and how to de-skunk a country dog. You’ll learn the proper way to put in a water system, rewire an old house, stack a cord of wood and grow fruits, vegetables and herbs and much, much more!




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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
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