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30 years of homesteading

 
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For anybody that likes to be independent I put down my experience in the book Harmonic Farming: Homesteading (March 2010). The information suites all areas where there are dandelions growing. It covers veggies, fruits, nuts and berries, as well as animal husbandry and structures. Have a look at the TOC and chapter 1 on this site:
http://goolymooly.ca/data/publishing/werner_insidebook_homesteading.html
To order use this link
http://goolymooly.ca/data/publishing/store_werner.html

There is also Harmonic Farming: Bees. This book shares my experience with bees using a holistic approach. You can read chapter 4 if clicking on the book cover http://goolymooly.ca/data/publishing/store_werner.html
It can be ordered now at a reduced price and will be available in March 2011.
 
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