John Saltveit wrote:Edible WIld PLants, by John Kallas. It's an amazing book about eating wild plants, many of them considered "weeds" and commonly found in alleys and backyards. He provides excellent ID and recipes.
Miles Flansburg wrote:Do we have a list of all of the ones that have been done so far, somewhere? Wouldn't want to suggest one that has already been done.
Charles Kleff wrote:I don't know if this one has already been done, but I was planning on purchasing http://www.amazon.com/The-Permaculture-Handbook-Farming-Country/dp/0865716668 the next time I went to purchase books so I suppose that would be my suggestion.
Vida Norris wrote:Hey Cassie!
I actually found the recommendation for this book in a thread somewhere around here on permies, and I bought the book and am completely loving it. It may have been done before but just in case it hasn't I'll throw it out there:
Also - for anyone thinking about trying to grow veggies 365 days a year, this lady has done some interesting stuff! I also own this book so I have no bias, promise!
Some wishlist books for me are the books by Rick Austin on building a survival greenhouse and another one about building a survival garden and Brad Lancaster's water books that I saw through watching the home grown food summit vids.
hmm that's all I can think of for now but I'll post more if I come up with anything else.
Lisa Allen wrote:I will think about it but one pops into my mind right away:
Practically Wild by Kevin Feinstein
Paperback $25: http://feralkevin.com/?page_id=1142
Ebook $10: http://feralkevin.com/?page_id=679
Wes Cooke wrote:Hmmm... here's a few I heard about at PV2 that I think would be good candidates!
M. Kat Anderson - "Tending the Wild"
Scott Ogden - "Waterwise Plants for Sustainable Gardens 200 Drought-Tolerant Choices for all Climates" (especially applicable for the west coast)
Michael Phillips - "The Holistic Orchard"
James C Scott - "Seeing like a State" (from Toby Hemenways Liberation Permaculture talk, social permaculture but might be considered too political for a permies giveaway though I dunno)
and as a non-PV2 inspired candidates:
Dan Louche - "Tiny House Design & Construction Guide"
Some of Rob Roy's books, like "Mortgage Free", "Cordwood Building", and "Timber Framing for the Rest of Us"
Vida Norris wrote:Niiice Cassie!
I think I am getting too big of a wishlist from watching all the stuff in home grown food summit - another one to add is the "botany in a day" by thomas elpel and also he made a really cool kids book to help them learn how to identify plants. These may have already been done before but have to put it on just in case. Gosh, there are too many awesome books out there!!!
chad Christopher wrote:Tradd cotter, organic mushroom farming and mycroremediation. Awesome cancer fighting mushroom guy
David jackie, edible forest gardens.
Darrell frey, bioshelter market garden
City chicks, Patricia foreman
Audubon Id books.
Mark sheppard, restoration agriculture
my bible, ***the herb book, the natural bible, by John lust***
Mike Feddersen wrote:I already bought the book, "Move Your DNA:Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement .
I think a interview with the author would be cool. She has authored several books and Roberta turned me on to her blog where she does product reviews. http://katysays.com
Mike Feddersen wrote:A new category thread next to Food as Medicine... Movement as Medicine
I remember Katy saying something about how this stuff is on a level with the paleo movement but Goes even deeper at a cellular level and I would hate to see such good health information buried in the paleo thread.
R Ranson wrote:
In a slightly related question: Where are the guest authors announced? I never seem to know in time that they are coming. If I could know a week or two ahead of time, I can usually find a copy of their book then I can ask more questions. As it is, I seem to miss the announcement and don't have any good questions for them.
Cassie Langstraat wrote:
They are announced in the dailyish email, and there are banners at the top of permies that are set at a really high weight so they should show very often.
There hasnt been any promotions for a few weeks though, because we have been too busy being focused on other things. But if you want, we can contact him. Could you possibly find his email address and send it to me? Or just post it here?
Burra Maluca wrote:R Ranson,
I have merged your topic into this topic. I hope that helps.
Lorenzo Costa wrote:what about this one: the forest garden greenhouse
I should receive it tomorrow in my mail, I think it is very interesting.