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Remember how I said I was going to do 31 book reviews in January, and well…didn’t? On Friday, I finally got reliable internet back, just in time to shut down for the sabbath, so now I’m playing catch up. Got to get about 25 book reviews done today. That should happen, right? Just a reminder…

12 Books for Every Sustainability Nut

Note: I’m way behind on my 31 books resolution – I’ll have to hurry to catch up. In the meantime, will you count these 12? I bet you don’t own them! Worms Eat my Laundry by Alcea Grovestock – Worms are hot – in-house domestic composting is everywhere. But have you considered the way red…

As I mentioned in a previous post about Carol Deppe’s wonderful _The Resilient Gardener_, all garden books are fundamentally local. That localness is why I so love _Gardens of Use and Delight_ by Jigs and Jo Ann Gardner. I discovered this book last year at my local library, and have taken it out half a…

31 Books – The Resilient Gardener

There are a lot of gardening books out there, and whenever anyone asks me for my favorite ones, I find myself struggling to make a list. There are three rules about garden books to remember. 1. All garden books are local to one degree or another, unless they are very general. That is, all garden…

I get a lot of books to review, and I don’t write enough book pieces, I fear. Because of this, books I really like, and books you might want to read get missed, so I’ve decided in the spirit of New Years Resolutions to do 31 short book reviews in the month of January, of…