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Mother Earth News Issue #299 - Apr/May 2020

 
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This issue covers a range of topics including:
  • An article by our very own Mike Haasl on starting a homesteading club
  • Building a hiking trail
  • Identifying what's preying on your chickens (this is an amazing article!)
  • Making natural inks
  • An interview with Wendell Berry
  • Making a Scottish fire brazier
  • Regrowing store bought produce
  • Storing and processing wool
  • Framing a Rob Roy kayak
  • Making a garden obelisk
  • Growing hops
  • Build a durable wooden garden fence
  • Joel Salatin's "10 Dreams for the Future"
  • and more!

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    Wendell Berry is still kicking at 86!? Hot damn. I could've sworn he was one of the good ones we'd lost.
     
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    It's a interview Mother Earth News did with him in 1973 that they reprinted in this issue as part of their 50th anniversary.
     
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    Well, I suppose that makes more sense. Though I'm no less stoked to learn that he's still around. Probably have that interview somewhere in my collection...
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