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February 2012

Get to Work With Our Weekend Project Special!

Looking for something to do? We have some of our favorite ‘how to’ projects — building a cold frame, growing mushrooms in your home, making your fridge carbon-free, or cooking kale and apples — ready for reading and viewing on our website. We hope these projects will inspire you as they have thousands of others. […]

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New Videos from Chef Didi Emmons

Didi Emmons, chef and author of Wild Flavors: One Chef’s Transformative Year Cooking from Eva’s Farm shows you how to prepare two healthy and scrumptious dishes in these new videos from How2Heroes! How2Heroes is a how-to online video destination that celebrates people’s passion for food – the flavors, the presentation, the secrets to success, the […]

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Now Available: Local Dollars, Local Sense!

“Michael Shuman answers a lot of questions I’ve always wondered about, and in the process paints a practical vision of exactly where we need to be headed in this country. Consider this book an excellent investment!”—Bill McKibben, author of Eaarth and The End of Nature We’re very excited to announce that Local Dollars, Local Sense: […]

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Is a Major Solar Storm Possible? An Interview with Mat Stein.

Author Mat Stein joins FTMWeekly Radio to discuss his latest book, When Disaster Strikes: A Comprehensive Guide for Emergency Planning and Crisis Survival. Mat shares disaster survival skills and his insights into why emergency planning should be a vital component of your family’s overall gameplan. The show specifically discusses the disaster potential of a major […]

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Chinese Medicinal Herbs in a Down-Home Garden — From Herb Companion Magazine

In their February/March 2012 issue, Herb Companion magazine is printing an excerpt from Peg Schafer’s new book, The Chinese Medicinal Herb Farm. It’s available to read on their website now. Here’s what some growers and herbalists have to say about this exciting new book: “Peg Schafer is the best artisanal grower I know. For this […]

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