Books

Organic Gardening All New Square Foot Gardening, Mel Bartholomew, Cool Springs Press, 2006.

Botany for Gardeners, Brian Capon, Timber Press, 1990.

Bugs, Slugs and Other Thugs: Controlling Garden Pests Organically,

Rhonda Massingham Hart, Storey Publishing, 1991. Gardening When It Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times, Steve

Solomon, New Society Publishers, 2006. Growing 101 Herbs that Heal: Gardening Techniques, Recipes, and

Remedies, Tammi Hartung, Storey Publishing, 2000. Growing and Using Herbs Successfully, Betty E. M. Jacobs, Storey

Publishing, 1981. Growing Herbs: For the Maritime Northwest Gardener, Mary

Preus, Sasquatch Books, 199*. Herb Gardening: Why and How to Grow Herbs, Claire Loewenfeld, Faber & Faber, 196*.

How to Grow More Vegetables: And Fruits, Nuts, Berries, Grains, and Other Crops Than You Ever Thought Possible on Less Land Than You Can Imagine, John Jeavons, Ten Speed, 1974.

Let It Rot! The Gardener's Guide to Composting, Stu Campbell, Storey Publishing, 1975.

MacMillan Book ofNatural Herb Gardening, Marie-Luise Kreuter, Collier Books, 1985.

Rodale's Chemical-Free Yard and Garden: The Ultimate Authority on Successful Organic Gardening, Miranda Smith, Linda A. Gilkeson, Joseph Smillie, Bil Wolf, Anna Carr (Editor), Rodale Press, 1991.

Save Your Own Seed, Lawrence D. Hills, Abundant Life Seed Foundation, 1989.

Saving Seeds: The Gardener's Guide to Growing and Saving Vegetable and Flower Seeds, Marc Rogers, Storey Publishing, 1990.

Secrets of Plant Propagation: Starting Your Own Flowers, Vegetables, Fruits, Berries, Shrubs, Trees, and Houseplants, Lewis Hill, Storey Publishing, 1985.

The Backyard Homestead: MiniFarm and Garden Log Book, John Jeavons, J. Mogador Griffin, and Robin Leler, Ten Speed, 1983.

The Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening, the Organic Gardening Magazine Staff, Rodale Press, 1959.

The Gardener's Bug Book: Earth-Safe Insect Control, Barbara Pleasant, Storey Publishing, 1994.

The Gardener's Guide to Plant Diseases, Barbara Pleasant, Storey Publishing, 1995.

The Gardener's Weed Book: Earth-Safe Controls, Barbara Pleasant, Storey Publishing, 1996.

The Mulch Book, Stu Campbell, Storey Publishing, 1991.

The One-Straw Revolution: Introduction to Natural Farming, Masanobu Fukuoka, Rodale Press, 1978.

The Ruth Stout No-Work Garden Book, Ruth Stout and Richard Clemence, Bantam Books, 1973.

Tips for the Lazy Gardener, Linda Tilgner, Storey Publishing, 1985.

Winter Gardening in the Maritime Northwest: Cool Season crops for the Year-Round Gardener, Binda Colebrook, Sasquatch Books, 1999.

Permaculture

Gala's Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture, Toby Hem-enway, Chelsea Green, 2001.

Introduction to Permaculture, Bill Mollison and Rena Mia Slay, Tagari Publications, 1997.

Permaculture: A Designers' Manual, Bill Mollison and Rena Mia Slay, Tagari Publications, 1997.

Permaculture: Principles and Pathways Beyond Sustainability, David Holmgren, Holmgren Design Services, 2002.

Permaculture in a Nutshell, Patrick Whitefield, Permanent Publications, 1993.

The Permaculture Home Garden: How to Grow Great-tasting Fruit and Vegetables the Organic Way, Linda Woodrow, Penguin Books, 1996.

Ecovillages

Creating a Life Together: Practical Tools to Grow Ecovillages and Intentional Communities, Diana Leafe Christian, New Society Publishers, 2003.

Ecocities: Rebuilding Cities in Balance with Nature (revised edition), Richard Register, New Society Publishers, 2006.

Ecovillages: A Practical Guide to Sustainable Communities, New Society Publishers, 2005.

Ecovillage Living: Restoring the Earth and Her People, Hildur Jackson and Karen Svensson (editors), Green Books, 2002.

Relocalize Now! Getting Ready for Climate Change and the End of Cheap Oil — a Post Carbon Guide, Julian Darley, David Room and Celina Rich, New Society Publishers (in press).

Toward Sustainable Communities: Resources for Citizens and Their Governments, Mark Roseland, New Society Publishers, 2005.

Essential Guide to Organic Gardening

Essential Guide to Organic Gardening

By gardening organically, the dependence on chemicals is removed. By eliminating chemicals used in regular gardening, your vegetables will be healthier because they will get the nutrients by natural means. Unlike traditional gardening; organic gardening will help to prevent potentially harmful toxins from entering your body. Lastly, it is much more environmentally friendly.

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