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Your Farm in the City: An Urban Dweller's Guide to Growing Food and Raising Animals Paperback – February 23, 2011
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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.
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Top Customer Reviews
Finally someone has taken the time to address the, "How do I even start?" perspective!
It's great to be a garden enthusiast, but, how wonderful that THIS book will help those of us who AREN'T!
I want to grow my own food- but, to start, I don't need to know every single thing that there is to know about the world of growing food.
Perhaps I will become more interested along the way, but, right now I just want to get some food from my backyard without having to read a GIANT book or take some time consuming class.
Thank you to the author for her effort to create a book that helps me figure out:
What to plant- where to plant- what to buy (and not buy) and what kinds of critters I may want to (eventually) invite to live amongst my azaleas and Rhoddies!
I also appreciate that I can read this book in small doses in- between the zillion other things I need to do in my life!
When reading this book, I feel as though the author is talking RIGHT TO ME!
From raising worms and strawberries to cultivating all the ingredients for a gourmet salad, this nifty guidebook has easy to understand instructions as well as answers to the most common challenges urban farmers face.
Why drive to your local Farmer's Market when you can just walk a few feet and pick your own fresh produce. Your Farm in the City shows you how.
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I discovered this book tucked away in the garden section of our library last year, and the instant I opened it, I was entranced by the children’s-book-style layout. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
this is a great little book. all kinds of helpful gardening help to help with the chickens. even if you do not have a garden or chickens its has lots of information and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by DEO
Wonderful book, but the Kindle edition is a little hard to read-- many of the illustrations don't show up.Published 19 months ago by Emily
I like this book, though it is much like all of the other books. No new information, but if this is the first book on this topic for you, then you will be pleased and you will... Read morePublished on April 11, 2014 by Groovy Great One
Good information and reading! Book arrived fast and in perfect condition, will definitely be passing this around my friends and family to read.Published on March 9, 2014 by milwE
This is an informative book, giving great ideas on starting or improving your home garden. Also good instructions on brewing wine, processing livestock, and other helpful... Read morePublished on February 4, 2014 by Eddie Winslow
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 on August 21, 2013 by Ryan Loh