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The Encyclopedia of Country Living
40th Anniversary Edition
Carla Emery
ISBN: 0-91236-595-1
922 pages.
$ 29.95
Practical advice, invaluable information and collected wisdom for folks and farmers in the country, city, and anywhere in between. Includes how to cultivate a garden, buy land, bake bread, raise farm animals, make sausage, can peaches, milk a goat, grow herbs, churn butter, build a chicken coop, catch a pig, cook on a wood stove and much, much more, including how to: * choose & buy land * pinch pennies * create and live with renewable energy sources * deliver a baby alone * preserve and can your own food * make a quilting frame * prune a tree * bathe under primitive conditions * raise chickens * make your own vinegar * treat bites and stings from ticks, scorpions, snakes and spiders




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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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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.



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