The Humanure Handbook, 4th Edition

Shit in a Nutshell
By Joseph C. Jenkins

To some, it may be the worst subject to talk about but in fact, it creates the best fruits and vegetables. Have you tasted a tomato that has been grown in compost or filtered human waste, both used as fertilizers? Human waste, also known as...

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The Art of the Living Mollusk

By Charles E. Rawlings, M.D, J.D

Living mollusks are slowly disappearing due to environmental degradation and the destructive habits of human beings. The Art of the Living Mollusk by Charles E. Rawlings, MD, JD is a fabulous book that will delight readers who are dedicated to protecting the environment, the earth,...

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Faith Under Water

Floods Of Our Lives (True stories of climate change refugees Book 1)
By Luke. G Dahl

From Luke. G Dahl, author of the Daddy’s Curse series…which I really enjoyed reading…comes yet another story, Faith Under Water, that captures the heartaches of human suffering in a short novel. Like the previous series, Faith Under Water is a biography that reads more like...

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Tree Verse

A Collection of Tree Poems
By John Benzee

I love my trees. My home is surrounded by trees. All kinds of trees. I may not be very knowledgeable about these trees, but I do appreciate them. Perhaps not as much as poet John Benzee. His collection of poems paints a vivid picture in...

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Only Love Remains

Dancing at the Edge of Extinction
By Guy R. McPherson

As the sixth mass extinction event is getting ever closer, and the inevitable end of the human race becomes impossible to avoid, what action can we take moving forward? Guy R. McPherson, a professor of conservation biology, shows by using scientific research how people's survival...

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Living Off The Grid

What to Expect While Living the Life of Ultimate Freedom and Tranquility
By Gary Collins

Gary Collins wrote Living Off The Grid to bring people down to earth to the realities of living with less, making sacrifices, choosing your priorities wisely, and having a bucket of cash because buying into this lifestyle is not cheap. Very sensibly, he suggests buying...

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Create Your Own Backyard Wildlife Habitat

By Doris Dumrauf

Author and photographer Doris Dumrauf has created a backyard oasis and chosen plants and water treatments to attract a variety of birds, dragonflies, frogs, and more. Her stunning, full-color photos provide the visual evidence of visitors to her backyard. Now, she shares her secrets to...

Common Backyard Birds

By Doris Dumrauf

Bright, full-color photos of beautiful birds adorn the pages of this non-fiction children’s picture book. Common Backyard Birds is a photo album of common birds that you could see in your own backyard. Author and photographer Doris Dumrauf provides sharp, interesting photos and a description...

Silent Spring - Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War

By Patrick Hogan

For the rest of the world, the Vietnam War is over. For the soldiers who fought in it, no matter what their role, it will never be over. Silent Spring: Deadly Autumn of the Vietnam War is described by author and Vietnam veteran Patrick Hogan...

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The Best Edible Wild Plants in Britain

Easy to find & good to eat
By Amanda Scott

Weeds are everywhere. In The Best Edible Wild Plants in Britain by Amanda Scott, readers learn that some weeds are rather worthy plants and useful, too. Some are very tasty and/or have beneficial effects on your health. Even stinging nettles, the bane of so many...

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