Our Blog | December 2014

No Food Coloring in These Green Cookies

by: EJ on 12/04/2014

I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things about the holidays is making (and eating) cookies!  It has long been a family tradition to bake up several batches of delicious treats to last throughout the holiday season.  The only time we baked fewer cookies was when I was a new mother, concerned that my baby not eat too many unhealthy …

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Your Complete Guide to Living Beyond the Grid

by: EJ on 12/03/2014

One of my favorite books this year is The Real Goods Solar Living Sourcebook: Your Complete Guide to Living beyond the Grid with Renewable Energy Technologies and Sustainable Living, 14th Edition.  This completely revised 14th edition, written by experts with decades of hands-on experience, contains expanded information on permaculture, …

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Give the Most Delicious Gift of All on #GivingTuesday

by: EJ on 12/01/2014

Regular readers of this blog will know that salmon, aboriginal rights, democracy and our precious coast are things we hold dear. You may have read about the Alexandra Morton’s visit to Gabriola on her Get Out Migration blog, or about our office closure during #BlackoutSpeakout, or more recently, the wonderful book from the Prince Rupert …

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Planning Next Year’s Woodland Medicinal Herb Garden

by: Sara on 12/01/2014

Welcome to the first day of our 12 Days of Giving blog series! Over the next 12 days we will blog about a different book each day and at the end of each blog we will give you either a scrumptious recipe or a free chapter download from that days featured book. But that’s not all - for the full 12 Days all of our books will be 50% off!

So whether …

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