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by: Sara on 03/02/2017

Today marks the last day of our Spring Sale. You can receive a 35% discount on all New Society titles until midnight tonight (March 2nd) when you order from our website using the code Spring17 at the checkout.

We are heading out to our local Seedy Sunday to sell books this weekend and it got me to wondering how Seedy Sunday (or Saturdays as the …

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Start a Basic Backyard Garden for 50 dollars (10×10-foot Plot)

by: Sara on 03/01/2017

When starting a garden the costs can add up quickly. In today's post we learn how to start a garden for $50 in an excerpt  from Crystal Stevens book Grow Create Inspire: Crafting a Joyful Life of Beauty ans Abundance. You can receive this or any other New Society book for 35% off until March 2nd when you order at www.newsociety.com using the …

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Planning Planting and Harvest Times

by: EJ on 02/28/2017

Cindy Connor's Grow a Sustainable Diet: Planning and Growing to Feed Ourselves and the Earth is a comprehensive guide that will help you develop a customized garden plan to produce the maximum number of calories, dietary staples and key nutrients you can from any available garden space.  Today's excerpt explains the importance of planning planting …

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Planning a Productive Garden

by: Sara on 02/27/2017

With March on the horizon many of our thoughts turn to the garden. Here on the west coast we would normally be planting our first seeds...but this snow will just not stop! So today's blog post is about planning where in your yard your garden should go, something we can do even with the snow falling.

The following is an excerpt from the much coveted …

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Bokashi Composting - Faster, Cleaner, and Takes Less Space

by: EJ on 02/26/2017

Bokashi is Japanese for “fermented organic matter” and in this method of composting, food scraps are digested anaeorbically in a sealed container. Bokashi composting is a safe, quick, and convenient way to compost in your kitchen, garage, or apartment, using a specific group of microorganisms to

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