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  1. Your Farm in the City

    YOUR FARM IN THE CITY

    An urban dweller?s guide to growing food and raising animals. By Lisa Taylor. Urban gardening is a new term for resourceful food gardening in a city setting. Written specifically with city dwellers in mind, this has complete information to help guide you to your own micro-farm, with advice on organic produce, livestock, (including chickens, ducks, rabbits and goats) in any urban environment, from a rooftop, window box or in a city lot or backyard. The techniques in this have been refined and taught at the Seattle Tilth Learning Garden for more than thirty tears and can be used to create a high-yield city farm across the United States and Canada. Even those in more rural settings will benefit from this practical advice. Softcover 336 pp Learn More
    $18.98

  2. YELLOW OXIDE POWDERED PIGMENT (1/2 OZ)

    YELLOW OXIDE POWDERED PIGMENT (1/2 OZ)

    We are offering these matte pigment powders for more color variety in your soaps and cosmetics. They have been filtered of all harmful impurities and are non-bleeding, non-fading, bright and water soluble. These colors will make a vibrant opaque color in clear soap bases and a pastel color in white soap bases. Learn More
    $1.95

  3. WOODLAND GREEN POWDERED PIGMENT (1/2 OZ)

    WOODLAND GREEN POWDERED PIGMENT (1/2 OZ)

    We are offering these matte pigment powders for more color variety in your soaps and cosmetics. They have been filtered of all harmful impurities and are non-bleeding, non-fading, bright and water soluble. These colors will make a vibrant opaque color in clear soap bases and a pastel color in white soap bases. Learn More
    $1.95

  4. WOODEN TREAT STICKS (100)

    WOODEN TREAT STICKS (100)

    Never run out of wooden sticks to make your frozen ice pops. Can also use for making caramel apples and various craft projects. Learn More
    $3.95

  5. Wisdom of the Last Farmer

    WISDOM OF THE LAST FARMER

    By David Mas Masumoto. In this book, the author chronicles the three generations of farmers in his family who have been shaped by the land, and their ideals, to bring us a meaningful and and thoughtful view into the world of modern farming. We go to our local grocery store and buy a peach, take it home, and hope it will soften and ripen without spoiling. Very few of us know the difference between a store bought peach and the exquisite experience of biting into a juicy heirloom peach that has been picked at full ripeness. This is the story of David Mas Masumoto and others like him who have kept alive farming traditions that offer us treasures like this so all of us may enjoy some of lifes simplest pleasures, even in the face of mounting costs, pressure from large companies and shrinking profitability. A reminder of the important and thankless job small farmers have in the modern agriculture world. Hardcover. 239 pp. Pub at $25.00. Learn More
    $7.95

  6. Wild Moments

    WILD MOMENTS

    by Ted Williams. Ted Williams, the environmental and nature writer (not the Bosoxs "Splendid Splinter") shares here a collection of his seasonal observations. Williams is a keen observer and each essay is about a single moment he has witnessed. He explains the natural phenomena behind these moments and tells readers where to go and what to look for so they may also try to observe such events. Along with teaching about various plants, animals, birds, and insects, Williams is also showing the reader how to "see", how to observe the marvels of the natural world. His essays follow the cycle of one year and included instances witnessed in all parts of the country. He calls these moments "retreats into what is pure and clean and right with the world". Reading these beautifully composed essays indeed refreshed the spirit. Hardcover 192pp PUB at $22.95 Learn More
    $4.95

  7. Wild Fermentation

    WILD FERMENTATION

    By Sandor Ellix Katz. This engaging and unique book gives us the opportunity to rediscover "food as nutrition movement" and introduces us to the world of fermented and live culture cuisine. Some of these we are already aware of: bread, beer, cheese, yogurt, and sauerkraut. This book will take you further and explain the health benefits of fermented foods, the cultural theory, homogenization and manipulations, vegetable, bean and dairy ferments, breads, grains, wines, beers and vinegars, and cultural reincarnation: which is fermentation in the cycles of life, soil fertility and social change. Wild fermentation is the only comprehensive recipe book of fermented and live-culture cuisine ever published. It explores the history and politics of human nutrition and provides you with incredible health benefits that are delicious and easy to make. Softcover 188pp Learn More
    $24.95

  8. WHEATGRASS SEEDS 4 OZ

    WHEATGRASS SEEDS 4 OZ

    Cats need fresh greens for optimal health, a need they often try to meet by nibbling on houseplants. So--give them their own special pot of nutritious wheat grass. It grows fast; grass will emerge in 5-7 days. It's a great project for kids. Trim, chop and mix the grass in your cats food or let your pet forage straight from the pot. 4 ounces. Learn More
    $1.95

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  9. WATER GARDEN STEPPING STONE MOLD

    WATER GARDEN STEPPING STONE MOLD

    These sturdy plastic molds are strong enough to make at least 25 stepping stones with careful handling. Simply grease the molds and fill with a basic mortar mix or cement that you can find at your local hardware store. Paints and coloring can be added to customize your stones or you can leave them in their natural concrete color. Sixty pounds of mortar mix usually makes approximately 5 stones and takes only 24 hours to set. Complete instructions are included with each mold. A rectangular shaped stone with a naturally curving outline. A frog perches on one edge, while two lily pads and a water lily adorn the other. 13" X 12".? Learn More

    Regular Price: $16.95

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  10. Vegetarian Cooking

    VEGETARIAN COOKING

    This is not a diet or health food book that offers strange vegetarian substitutes for meat centered diet with recipes for bland immations of meatloaf or burgers. You will find yourself going back time and time again to try many of these flavorful recipes. You can enjoy Sweet Potato and Pear Soup, Caramelized Onion Tartlets with Feta and Thyme, Rustic Greek Pie, Spinach and Leek Fritters, Tunisian Eggplant Salad, Potato Bread or Gingerbread and Apricot Upsidedown Cake. This book is packed with inspirational recipes that will impress any guest and satisfy everyone from the beginner to the most culinary expert. Hardcover with inside spiral. 384 pp Learn More
    $10.95

  11. Vegetarian

    VEGETARIAN

    Consultant editor Nicola Graimes. "Vegetarianism is not just about achieving optimum health, but should also be an enjoyable and delicious way of eating." This is just part of the introduction to this book with over 300 healthy and wholesome recipes from around the world. Each page contains vibrant photos with easy-to-follow recipes and tips. This book introduces you to the basics of vegetarian wholefood diet, with the essentials of good health. It tells you the different fruits, vegetables, herbs, sprouted seeds, grains, soybeans and dairy (and more) as well as how to store them. These facts about key health benefits and traditional healing qualities can help us live, look and feel better. Making your own Apricot and Almond Muesli for breakfast is delicious and healthier for you than anything in the local grocery store. With the variety of ingredients included in this book it's easy for you to try the more unusual vegetables from the worldwide section of our catalog, like Celeriac and Blue Cheese Roulade or Cilantro Ravioli with Pumpkin Filling. Even the more common vegetables from your garden can be transformed into a new and unique dish like Spiced Carrot Dip. Hard cover 512pp. Learn More

    Regular Price: $14.98

    Special Price: $9.98

  12. Vegetable Container Bible

    VEG GARDENERS CONTAINER BIBLE

    By Edward C. Smith This is the newest edition of INCREDIBLE VEGETABLES FROM SELF-WATERING CONTAINERS. Edward takes this edition further, and shows us how to grow a bounty of food in pots, tubs and other containers. Not everyone has a big garden but they would like to have their own vegetables and here, Edward shows you how to grow them even if you only have a patio, deck or balcony. Even someone with a big garden can profit from growing many of their plants in containers and you can end up with more food and less work. Edward gives you choices between traditional containers and his self-contained pots system. The biggest problem with growing vegetables in containers is the soil dries out and loses nutrients quickly. After much experimentation, Ed Smith developed his amazing system to solve those issues. His containers have water reservoirs and false bottoms that separate soil from the water, allowing air to reach the soil. Wicking systems move water from the reservoir to the soil. It?s important to pair the right sized pot and reservoir capacity with the specific crop, along with an appropriate soil mix. Smith details the specific needs of a wide variety of vegetables, offers advice on best varieties for container growing and provides organic pest and disease solutions. Softcover 254 pp Learn More
    $19.98

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