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A how-to guide for city folk on everything from growing your own food to building your own composting toilet (“…think of all those quiet hours you could have…at your outdoor toilet, listening to the sirens go by…”).” (New York Post)
Rachel Kaplan is the lead author of Urban Homesteading: Heirloom Skills for Sustainable Living. She is an eco-somatic therapist, educator, and widely published author. Her work has appeared in local and national papers and magazines, and includes Moving Toward Life: Five Decades of Transformational Dance (with Anna Halprin), The Probable Site of the Garden of Eden, and Diaspora: Stories from the Cities. She and her family live on a small homestead called Tiny Town Farm, in Petaluma, California.
K. Ruby Blume is the visual wizard of Urban Homesteading: Heirloom Skills for Sustainable Living. She is the founder of The Institute of Urban Homesteading in Oakland, California. With more than twenty years of experience with gardening, beekeeping, canning, and other homesteading skills, she is a respected authority in the self-sufficiency field. She has been featured on CNN, ABC, and the Hallmark Channel, and her articles have appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Oakland Magazine, and other publications.
Shallow on substance but high in insulting little quips against Christians. Many superior books out there.Published 1 month ago by Novangelus
Rachel Kaplan writes a good read on sustainable living. I was not as interested as I thought I would be.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Authors know nothing about municipal waste treatment. They don't just add chemicals and dump it into the sea. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Becky Thomasson
This book was so packed full of love, knowledge and a spirit that I could feel. The authors spoke to my soul and gave me the hope that I have been missing for a long time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shannon Lopez