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Looks like my pre-Christmas shopping list has just grown a little.  I think a trip to Amazon is in order...  Thanks Joel! 
 
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Burra Maluca wrote:
I just bought Carol Deppe's latest book, the Resilient Gardner,



Everyone I've seen mention that book says it is great. 

 
                                    
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As I continue to my efforts to catalog a lot of general resources on food, health, and local economics I find links like this one listed in various google searches The google search was best permaculture books and I was happy to see this pop up about fourth or fifth on the results I thought folks might want to update some permie books that have come out in the 7 years since this post or others that ere not included I am no expert but I would think Toensmier's books should be on there

http://www.perennialsolutions.org/paradise-lot-two-plant-geeks-one-tenth-of-an-acre-and-the-making-of-an-edible-garden-oasis-in-the-city

http://www.perennialsolutions.org/shop/perennial-vegetables-signed
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