This is a permaculture design for a site in a densely populated neighborhood close to downtown Oklahoma City. Topics covered include earth works, nutrient management,food production, shelter, access,... More > energy, water, community, economics, budget, hazards, and staging. Extensive appendices including species lists, resources, book lists, and how-to materials. Permaculture is the art and science of designing sustainable human habitations and systems.< Less
This book shows nature lovers how to find and prepare 113 edible and medicinal early-season wild plant species, for better health and nutrition, and for a stronger personal connection to the earth.... More > These plants are special because they’re the first ones to reappear as winter fades and spring takes over. 77 detailed illustrations and 161 photos, all labeled to emphasize each species’ key characteristics and show how the plants change with the seasons, help you learn what to look for and how to recognize your dinner.
Complete information on how to use each plant is accompanied by 40 mouthwatering vegan recipes that bring out the best of the wild “weeds.” Learn to make delicious, healthful dishes out of common garden “weeds” such as dandelion, chickweed, sheep sorrel, and curly dock.
Information on medicinal uses from folklore and modern science, plus nutritional information, adds another dimension to your understanding of the underappreciated species with which we share our planet.< Less
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Do you remember the questionnaire that Barbara Boeckling distributed to the Chaska residents at the turn of the Millennium? She used the responses to prepare a notebook including photos she took of... More > every house in Chaska Beach. “The Houses of Chaska Beach”, Volume One, also includes additional research done by Jeff Ulrich with the help of Mary Stahl, Lina Wharton and Steve Bowen. There is a section that includes historical photos from Barbara Boecklings collection, a historical narrative prepared by Steve Bowen and Barbara Boeckling and the chronology of the development of Chaska Beach. Every house has it’s own page with a photo taken at the turn of the Millennium, all owners back to 1957 from the Erie County records, the date it was built and the questionnaire information that was returned. There are also some photos of the original structure! This book is 150 pages in full color and either soft or hard cover! It can be ordered directly on-line and delivered to your house.< Less