Welcome to Storey’sSpring 2011 Catalog!
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OOD INDEPENDENCE. What doesit mean? The way we see it at Storey,it means being more self-sufﬁcient.It means growing and raising more of ourown food. It means preserving the harvestin our kitchens and storing it in our rootcellars. And it means enjoying the freshest,safest, most delicious food possible. This season, we’re taking food indepen-dence more seriously than ever.
The Vegeta-ble Gardener’s Bible
sprouts a new compan-ion —
The Vegetable Gardener’s Container Bible
. Best-selling author Ed Smith showsus how to grow all manner of veggies evenin very small spaces, such as patios andbalconies. Discover how farm-fresh foodcan be grown even in the heart of the big-gest cities.And it goes beyond gardening.
The Back- yard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Ani- mals
is all about keeping animals for eggs,milk, cheese, butter, honey, and meat —even if our “back forty” is just forty squareyards. And with
The Beginner’s Guide to Hunting Deer for Food
, even those of us whohave never hunted before will learn how tosafely and humanely ﬁll our freezers withfresh, organic, local meat.What could be more satisfying than tak-ing control of the food we eat? Quite possi-bly, this is our most important list ever.Our very best to you,