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Food Lover’s Guide: 25% Off ALL Food & Drink Books
Whether you want to make the world’s best cheese; find a new recipe; enjoy America’s forgotten fruit or preserve those veggies—we have the book for you.
And best of all we’ve put — all our food & drink books on sale for 25% off — but hurry it is only for a limited time!
New Look, New Tools, New Ways to Connect with Chelsea Green
Welcome to the new, redesigned digital home of Chelsea Green Publishing! Over the years you have asked for better ways to connect with our authors, to share information with friends and family, and to buy books from us. We listened to your feedback and integrated your wishes with a fresh design.
Wild Edibles: 5 Tips for Beginner Foragers
Ever spotted a dandelion growing in your backyard and wondered, can I eat that? According to wild plants expert Katrina Blair, the answer is a resounding yes. And there are plenty of other commonly found weeds that fall into this category as well.
Turning Meat into Money: How to Raise and Sell it Ethically
The consumer demand for grassfed, pasture-raised, and antibiotic-free meats is on the rise, putting farmers and ranchers in a unique position to make a decent living on meat that is produced ethically. But, how exactly do you turn meat into money without resorting to the large-scale industrial techniques of today’s confinement-operations? Look no further.
How to Achieve Resiliency Through Radical, Self-Reliant Gardening
In today’s world the marketplace distorts our values and our dependence on petroleum keeps us from creating truly sustainable agriculture. So, how can we achieve true wealth and at the same time make society around us more resilient? The answer, Will Bonsall believes, is greater self-reliance in both how we grow our own food, and what we grow.
How to Grow Strawberries Indoors
It’s strawberry shortcake season, which means strawberry harvesting season. But for those of you with no outdoor space for gardens, fear not—you can plant, weed, and harvest all from the comfort of your own home! That’s right: it is possible to grow strawberries indoors, from small spaces!
Bramble On: The Ins and Outs of Growing Raspberries
Fresh, ripe raspberries picked straight from the garden in the morning. What could be a better start to your day? According to Michael Phillips, author of The Holistic Orchard, growing your own berries is entirely possible for anyone with a bit of space and a passion for the fruit.
Learn How to Connect with Chelsea Green Authors Near You
Each year, we partner with dozens of organizations to bring our authors closer to you and your community. With our website redesign, it’s now easier than ever to find out where your favorite authors are going to be and when. Head to the “Events” tab to explore these new features and tools.
Economic Development is Broken. Here’s How to Fix it
Economic development today is completely broken. That’s the argument of author Michael Shuman in his new book, The Local Economy Solution. The singular focus on attracting global corporations is not just ineffective but counterproductive, Shuman argues, especially given the huge opportunity costs.
Recipe: Barbecued Eggplant Stacks with Coyote Mint Sauce and Chèvre
At the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center, a summer favorite is Barbecued Eggplant Stacks with Coyote Mint sauce and Chèvre. Whether you’re a dedicated vegetarian or a meat-eater looking to expand your grilling horizons, you’ll find this dish makes for an easy and filling seasonal meal.
10 Books to Celebrate the International Year of Soils
Beneath our feet lies a resource that is critical to our future. It’s the first thing we think about when it comes to farming and gardening – and yet, one of the last things considered when thinking about the long-term preservation of our earth. It’s the basis for healthy food production.
The New Farmers’ Almanac: A Collection of Essays for Beginners
What agrarian future can we realistically build together? This is a question the Greenhorns hope to answer in their latest book, The New Farmers’ Almanac 2015.
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Recipe: Ginger Beer
Permaculture Advice for Beginners. Hint: Start Small
Permaculture Q&A: Let’s Talk Pawpaws
Turn Barren Soil into Black Gold: 9 Simple Steps to Sheet Mulching
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