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Seattle Tilth is a nationally recognized non-profit organization that cultivates a healthy urban environment and community by teaching people to grow organic food and conserve natural resources. Programs include classes for adults, children and families, community learning gardens, a Master Composter volunteer education and outreach program, a free Garden Hotline, an urban livestock program, community events, and an active volunteer corps.
Wonderful book, but the Kindle edition is a little hard to read-- many of the illustrations don't show up.Published 23 days ago by Emily
this was a wedding gift for a dear friend. I had read it and thought it was super cute, well written and thought out. Some books on this subject matter go way overboard. Read morePublished 11 months ago by syblood541
This book can be quite basic and if you're already getting into things a lot you won't learn much from it. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ryan Loh
this is a really good starter book. I highly recommend it as a primer. the garden you plant will be the food you lovePublished 17 months ago by Dan
This book is packed full of useful information. It is very practical and uses simple language making it easy to read and apply.Published 19 months ago by Joanna
Helpful book. More of an overview. Its only ok, but I would still buy it as it does have helpful ideas. Like how its organized but I would have liked better pictures.Published on August 11, 2012 by GrowingGratitude