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COWS SAVE THE PLANET And Other Improbable Ways of Restoring Soil to Heal the Earth Judith D. Schwartz Foreword by Gretel Ehrlich $17.95 • Paperback 240 pages ISBN 9781603584326 Available May 2013 In Cows Save the Planet?, journalist Judith D. Schwartz looks at soil as a crucible for our many overlapping environmental, economic, and social crises. Schwartz reveals that for many of these problems—climate change, desertification, biodiversity loss, droughts, floods, wildfires, rural poverty, malnutrition, and obesity—there are positive, alternative scenarios to the degradation and devastation we face. In each case, our ability to turn these crises into opportunities depends on how we treat the soil. Judith D. Schwartz is a longtime freelance writer whose work has appeared in venues from Glamour and Redbook to The Christian Science Monitor and The New York Times. She lives with her family in southern Vermont.
GOOD MORNING, BEAUTIFUL BUSINESS The Unexpected Journey of an Activist Entrepreneur and Local-Economy Pioneer Judy Wicks $27.95 • Hardcover ISBN 9781603585057 $17.95 • Paperback ISBN: 9781933392240 320 pages Available March 2013
In What Then Must We Do?, Gar Alperovitz speaks directly to the reader about where we find ourselves in history, why the time is right for a new-economy movement to coalesce, what it means to build a new system to replace the crumbling one, and how we might begin. He also suggests what the next system might look like—and where we can see its outlines, like an image slowly emerging in the developing trays of a photographer’s darkroom, already taking shape. Gar Alperovitz, Lionel R. Bauman Professor of Political Economy at the University of Maryland, is cofounder of The Democracy Collaborative.
Good Morning, Beautiful Business is a memoir about the evolution of an entrepreneur who would not only change her neighborhood, but would also change her world—helping communities far and wide create local living economies that value people and place as much as commerce and that make communities not just interesting and diverse and prosperous, but also resilient. An international leader and speaker in the local-livingeconomies movement, Judy Wicks is former owner of the White Dog Café, acclaimed for its socially and environmentally responsible business practices. She is also cofounder of the nationwide Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE). She lives in Philadelphia.
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REBUILDING THE FOODSHED How to Create Local, Sustainable, and Secure Food Systems Philip Ackerman-Leist $19.95 • Paperback 304 pages • Color Insert ISBN 9781603584234 Available February 2013 LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF FOOD RIGHTS The Escalating Battle Over Who Decides What We Eat David E. Gumpert Foreword by Joel Salatin $19.95 • Paperback 264 pages ISBN 9781603584043 Available June 2013 Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Food Rights takes readers on a disturbing cross-country journey from Maine to California through a netherworld of Amish farmers paying big fees to questionable advisers to avoid the quagmire of America’s legal system, secret food police lurking in vans at farmers’ markets, cultish activists preaching the benefits of pathogens, U.S. Justice Department lawyers clashing with local sheriffs, small Maine towns passing ordinances to ban regulation, and suburban moms worried enough about the dangers of supermarket food that they’ll risk fines and jail to feed their children unprocessed, and unregulated, foods of their choosing. David E. Gumpert has become a nationally recognized writer and authority on the intersection of food, health, and business by virtue of his widely acclaimed book The Raw Milk Revolution, as well as his provocative and popular blog The Complete Patient. He lives in Grantham, NH. PARADISE LOT Two Plant Geeks, One-Tenth of an Acre, and the Making of an Edible Garden Oasis in the City Eric Toensmeier $19.95 • Paperback 240 pages • Color Insert ISBN 9781603583992 Available February 2013
A Community Resilience Guide Rebuilding the Foodshed refocuses the local-food lens on the broad issue of rebuilding regional food systems that can replace the destructive aspects of industrial agriculture, meet food demands affordably and sustainably, and be resilient enough to endure potentially rough times ahead. Showcasing some of the most promising, replicable models for growing, processing, and distributing sustainably grown food, this book points the reader toward the next stages of the food revolution. It also covers the full landscape of the burgeoning local-food movement, from rural to suburban to urban, and from backyard gardens to large-scale food enterprises. Philip Ackerman-Leist, author of Up Tunket Road, is a professor at Green Mountain College, where he established the college’s farm and sustainable agriculture curriculum and is director of the Green Mountain College Farm & Food Project. He lives with his family in Pawlet, Vermont
When Eric Toensmeier and Jonathan Bates moved into a duplex in a run-down part of Holyoke, Massachusetts, the tenth-of-an-acre lot was barren ground and bad soil. The two friends got to work designing what would become not just another urban farm, but a “permaculture paradise.” In telling the story of Paradise Lot, Toensmeier explains the principles and practices of permaculture, the techniques of design and cultivation, and the adventures, mistakes, and do-overs in the process. Full of detailed, useful information about designing a permaculture garden, Paradise Lot is also a funny and charming story of two single guys, both plant nerds, with a wild plan: to realize the garden of their dreams and meet women to share it with. Amazingly, on both counts, they succeed. Eric Toensmeier is the author of Perennial Vegetables, and coauthor of the two-volume set Edible Forest Gardens. He lives with his family in Holyoke, Massachusetts.
Chelsea Green Publishing — Spring 2013 Frontlist Continued
RAISING DOUGH The Complete Guide to Financing a Socially Responsible Food Business Elizabeth Ü Foreword by Michael Shuman $19.95 • Paperback 264 pages ISBN 9781603584289 Available June 2013 THE NEW HORSEPOWERED FARM Tools and Systems for the Small-Scale, Sustainable Market Grower Stephen Leslie $39.95 • Paperback 400 pages • Full Color ISBN 9781603584166 Available March 2013 GROWING FOOD IN A HOTTER, DRIER LAND Lessons from Desert Farmers on Adapting to Climate Uncertainty Gary Paul Nabhan Foreword by Bill McKibben $29.95 • Paperback 272 pages • Full Color ISBN 9781603584531 Available June 2013 Gary Paul Nabhan is one of the world’s experts on the agricultural traditions of arid lands. For this book he has visited indigenous and traditional farmers in the Gobi Desert, the Arabian Peninsula, the Sahara Desert, and Andalusia, as well as the Sonoran, Chihuahuan, and Painted deserts of North America, to learn firsthand their techniques and designs aimed at reducing heat and drought stress on orchards, fields, and dooryard gardens. This book is useful not only for farmers and permaculturists in desert regions, its techniques and prophetic vision for achieving food security in the face of climate change may well need to be implemented across most of North America over the next half-century, and are already applicable in most of the semiarid West, Great Plains, and the U.S. Southwest and adjacent regions of Mexico. Gary Nabhan is the W. K. Kellogg Endowed Chair in Sustainable Food Systems at the University of Arizona, as well as the permaculture designer and orchard-keeper of Almuniya de los Zopilotes Experimental Farm in Patagonia, Arizona, where he lives.
More and more entrepreneurs are using food-based businesses to solve social and environmental problems— and yet the majority of them report that a lack of access to capital prevents them from launching, maintaining, or growing their ventures. Raising Dough is an unprecedented guide to the full range of financing options available to support sustainable food businesses. Elizabeth Ü is executive director of Finance for Food, a nonprofit that educates food-system entrepreneurs in the United States about the full range of financing options available to support them. She is also a financing and strategy consultant with Cutting Edge Capital. Her passion is helping food-based business owners identify appropriate–and mission-aligned–financing opportunities based on their unique situations and values.
The New Horse-Powered Farm is the first book of its kind, offering wisdom and techniques for using horse power on the small farm or homestead, from longtime horse farmer Stephen Leslie. The book sets the stage for incorporating draft power on the farm by presenting tips on getting started with horses, care of the work-horse, different horse-training systems, and the merits of different draft breeds. The novice teamster is introduced to the basic tools of horse-drawn tillage and cultivation used for profitable horse-powered farming, with a spotlight on whole-farm management, as well as information on haying with horses, raising small grains, managing the woodlot, farm education, agritourism, and more. Stephen Leslie and his family manage an organic farm at the Cobb Hill Ecovillage in Hartland, Vermont.
THE RESILIENT FARM AND HOMESTEAD An Innovative Permaculture and Whole Systems Design Approach Ben Falk $40.00 • Paperback 368 pages • Full Color ISBN 9781603584449 Available June 2013
THE GRAFTER’S HANDBOOK R. J. Garner $40.00 • Hardcover 336 pages B&W Illustrations ISBN 9781603584821 Available February 2013
THE GREENED HOUSE EFFECT Renovating Your Home with a Deep Energy Retrofit Jeff Wilson $34.95 • Paperback 288 pages • Full Color ISBN 9781603584500 Available June 2013
Based on research and development in earthworks, perennial crops, cold-climate rice production, and nutrient-dense food/medicine from the Whole Systems Research Farm, The Resilient Farm and Homestead is a manual for developing durable, beautiful, and highly functional human-habitat systems fit to handle an age of rapid transition. The book includes detailed information on earthworks; gravity-fed water systems; site design and management; nutrient-dense production strategies; rapid topsoil formation; agroforestry; human-labor and socialsystems aspects; and much more, complete with gorgeous photography and detailed design drawings. A case study for the homestead of the future. Ben Falk, M.A.L.D, developed Whole Systems Design, LLC, as a land-based response to biological and cultural extinction and the increasing separation between people and elemental things. He lives in Waitsfield, Vermont.
The Grafter’s Handbook is the classic reference book and revered encyclopedia (and the only one of its kind) on plant propagation by grafting, and has been favored by orchardists and gardeners since its first publication in 1947. Now revised and updated for a new generation by respected horticulturist Steve Bradley, the all-time classic is back and better than ever. Everything the dedicated amateur, student, and professional horticulturalist wants to know about grafting is here, clearly written in a concise and straightforward style, the distillation of a lifetime’s careful study and research. R. J. Garner, a scientist at the former East Malling Research Station from 1926 until 1972, became an international authority on the vegetative propagation of woody plants. After his death in 1993, East Malling Research Station opened the Robert Garner Laboratory in remembrance of his life’s work.
In The Greened House Effect, author Jeff Wilson brings his twenty-five years of construction experience and knowledge of home building to bear on making our current houses cleaner, greener, and healthier. Using his own family’s deep energy retrofit of their 1942 home as a prime example, Wilson weaves a readable narrative at a practical, hammer-and-nail level. He presents the solutions to our building and energy problems, making them seem possible for average homeowners and small contractors by offering the right set of information, skills, and materials. Jeff Wilson has twenty-five years’ experience in the building industry, both as a “pickup contractor” and as a television and radio host for various programs on the HGTV and diy networks. He lives with his family in Athens, Ohio.
Chelsea Green Publishing — Fall 2012 Frontlist Continued
NATURAL BEEKEEPING, REVISED AND EXPANDED EDITION Organic Approaches to Modern Apiculture Ross Conrad $34.95 • Paperback 368 pages • Full Color ISBN 9781603583626 Available March 2013 THE ORGANIC GRAIN GROWER Small-Scale, Holistic Grain Production for the Home and Market Producer Jack Lazor $39.95 • Paperback 504 pages • Color Inserts ISBN 9781603583657 Available August 2013
MOST LIKELY TO SECEDE What the Vermont Independence Movement Can Teach Us about Reclaiming Community and Creating a HumanScale Vision for the 21st Century Edited by Ron Miller and Rob Williams $19.95 • Paperback 256 pages ISBN 9781603585026 Available March 2013
Now revised and updated with new resources and including full-color photos throughout, Natural Beekeeping offers all the latest information in a book that has already proven invaluable for organic beekeepers. The new edition offers the same holistic, sensible alternative to conventional chemical practices with a program of natural hive management, but offers new sections on a wide range of subjects, including the basics of bee biology and anatomy, urban beekeeping, parasitic mite control, hive diseases, and more. Ross Conrad learned his craft from the late Charles Mraz, world-renowned beekeeper and founder of Champlain Valley Apiaries in Vermont. Former president of the Vermont Beekeepers Association, Conrad is a regular contributor to Bee Culture—The Magazine of American Beekeeping. He lives in Vermont.
The ultimate guide to growing organic grains on a small and ecological scale, The Organic Grain Grower is invaluable for both home-scale and commercial producers interested in expanding their resilience and crop diversity through growing their own grains. Longtime farmer and organic pioneer Jack Lazor covers how to grow and store wheat, barley, oats, corn, dry beans, soybeans, pulse crops, oilseeds, grasses, nutrient-dense forages, and lesser-known cereals. In addition to detailed cultivation and processing information, Lazor argues the importance of integrating grains on the organic farm (not to mention for the localfood system) for reasons of biodiversity and whole-farm management Jack Lazor is co-owner of Butterworks Farm in Westfield, Vermont with his wife, Anne, and cofounder of the Northern Grain Grower’s Association.
From the annals of Vermont Commons: Voices of Independence news journal The 21st-century United States is no longer a functioning republic, but an unreformable empire unresponsive to the needs and concerns of its own citizens. Most Likely to Secede features a collection of provocative and forward-thinking essays from twenty-nine contributors to Vermont Commons. Written by cutting-edge citizens and entrepreneurs, the essays call for economic relocalization and political independence for Vermont, and, in some cases, nonviolent secession of the state from the U.S. and the peaceful dissolution of the United States as a whole. Ron Miller spent nearly thirty years as an educational scholar and activist, known internationally as a founder of the holistic education movement. Rob Williams is the publisher of Vermont Commons. He is a Vermont-based professor, farmer, musician, historian, and journalist who plays pholk phunk music with the Phineas Gage Project and raises grass-fed yaks in the Mad River Valley.
CHEESE AND CULTURE A History of Cheese and its place in Western Civilization Paul Kindstedt $17.95 • Paperback 256 pages ISBN 9781603585064 Available January 2013 Paperback Reprint
NO-REGRETS REMODELING, SECOND EDITION Creating a Comfortable, Healthy Home That Saves Energy The Editors of Home Energy magazine $29.95 • Paperback 168 pages • Full Color ISBN 9780963944436 Home Energy magazine Available April 2013 No-Regrets Remodeling, Second Edition, is oriented to the homeowner who wants to make the right decisions to improve their home’s comfort, safety, durability, and energy savings, but isn’t prepared to do more than simple weatherizing or efficiency measures. It will educate homeowners about opportunities for improving their home’s energy efficiency and comfort at one of the most critical junctures in home ownership. That moment comes when homeowners are faced with the decision to remodel a recently purchased or existing home, or due to a component failure, need to upgrade their home’s HVAC, appliances, lighting, or other energy-related systems. Home Energy magazine—the magazine of home performance since 1984—assembled a team of editors and authors to work on the second edition of No-Regrets Remodeling. Lead editor Carol Venolia, was honored by The Green Economy Post as one of ten pioneering women in green design and named a Green Design Trailblazer by Natural Home magazine.
RAISING THE BAR The Future of Fine Chocolate Pam Williams, Jim Eber $19.95 • Hardcover 288 pages ISBN 9780969192121 Previously Announced
A comprehensive look at the 9,000-year history of cheese, the ways in which it has shaped civilization, and what it can tell us about the future of food. Cheese and Culture endeavors to advance our appreciation of cheese origins by viewing human history through the eyes of a cheese scientist. This tour through cheese history offers a useful lens through which to view our twenty-firstcentury attitudes toward cheese that we have inherited from our past, and our attitudes about the food system more broadly. Paul Kindstedt is a Professor of Food Science in the Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences at the University of Vermont. He has authored numerous research articles and invited conference proceedings on dairy chemistry and cheese science, as well as many book chapters. He lives in Vermont with his family.
Raising the Bar tells the story of what that next movement in the fine-flavor chocolate symphony might hold. Told in four lively parts covering everything from before the bean to after the bar—genetics, farming, manufacturing, and bonbons—the book features interviews with dozens of international stakeholders across the fine flavor industry to consider the promises and pitfalls ahead. It looks through what is happening today to understand where things are going, while unwrapping the possibilities for the millions and millions of us who believe that life without the very best chocolate is no life at all. Pam Williams has been involved in the chocolate industry since 1981 when she opened her first chocolate endeavor, the chocolate shop au Chocolat. Jim Eber is a veteran writer and collaborator specializing in food and business marketing.
Chelsea Green Publishing — Spring 2013 Frontlist
HOT BEDS How to Grow Early Crops Using Age-Old Techniques Jack First $18.95 • Paperback 160 pages • Full Color ISBN 9780857841063 Green Books, UK Available April 2013 By reviving and modernizing hot beds, an ancient vegetable-growing method, Jack First produces healthy plants that crop at least two months earlier than conventionally grown vegetables, even in his native Yorkshire, England. This practical, illustrated guide has everything you need to understand about how to utilize this highly productive, low-cost, year-round, eco-friendly gardening technique. Straightforward explanations, diagrams, and examples show how the natural process of decay can be harnessed to enable out-of-season growing without using energy from fossil fuels or elaborate equipment.
GROWING UP THE WALL How to Grow Food in Vertical Places, on Roofs and in Small Spaces Sue Fisher $18.95 • Paperback 192 pages • Full Color ISBN 9780857841094 Green Books, UK Available May 2013 Grow up! If you have limited outdoor space and would like to grow your food, this practical illustrated guide will help you transform previously plantfree zones into thriving, beneficial, and utterly beautiful food-growing areas. Using special containers, either bought or homemade, as well as conventional methods, such as containers on a roof or growing plants up walls, you can grow a wide range of edible crops—and grab a salad for lunch without getting your feet wet.
ORGANIC GARDENING, SECOND EDITION The Natural No-Dig Way Charles Dowding $24.95 • Paperback 256 pages • Full Color ISBN 9780857840899 Green Books, UK Available February 2013 In this new, full-color edition of Organic Gardening Charles Dowding shares the wealth of his experience, explaining his approach to soil and plants and revealing the range of techniques that have enabled him to grow healthy and vibrant plants for decades. Based on this approach and his experience with a system of permanent, slightly raised beds, Organic Gardening shows you how to grow a delicious variety of fruit and vegetables: what to choose; when to sow, plant, and harvest; and how best to avoid pests and diseases without the need to dig.
THE GRASSFED GOURMET COOKBOOK Healthy Cooking & Good Living with Pasture-Raised Foods Shannon Hayes $22.95 • Paperback • 269 pages ISBN 9780967367026 Left to Write Press In The Grassfed Gourmet Cookbook, Hayes details her own journey from farmer to foodie and back to the farm again. She lays out, in simple terms, the nutritional, environmental, social, and animal-welfare benefits of grass-fed foods and offers simple strategies for finding and preparing grass-fed meats and dairy products, as well as foolproof techniques for getting the most out of your purchases. Previously Published
ANIMATE EARTH, SECOND EDITION Science, Intuition, and Gaia Stephan Harding $24.95 • Paperback 288 pages ISBN 9781900322546 Green Books, UK Available February 2013 In Animate Earth, Stephan Harding explores how Gaian science can help us to develop a sense of connectedness with the more-than-human world. His work is based on careful integration of rational scientific analysis with our intuition, sensing, and feeling—a vitally important task at this time of severe ecological and climate crisis. This expanded second edition (published in the UK in 2009) includes a new chapter on fungi, new contemplative exercises, and an update on the global-climate situation.
ALTERED GENES, TWISTED TRUTH How the Venture to Genetically Engineer Our Food Has Subverted Science, Corrupted Government, and Systematically Deceived the Public Steven M. Druker
$31.95 • Hardcover ISBN 9780985616915 $21.95 • Paperback ISBN 9780985616908 380 pages Clear River Press
CHANGEOLOGY How to Enable Groups, Communities, and Societies to Do Things They’ve Never Done Before Les Robinson $24.95 • Paperback 272 pages ISBN 9780857840615 Green Books, UK Available February 2013 Changeology is about influencing the behavior of human beings for the better. The book is relevant to change projects both large and small, and in almost any area of activity, but with an emphasis on key topics such as climate change, poverty, obesity, AIDS, and tobacco and drug use. It is aimed at a worldwide audience of professionals and individuals who are acting to make change in their corporations, cities, and neighborhoods, as well as in their own lives.
SUSTAINABILITY A Cultural History Ulrich Grober $24.95 • Paperback 224 pages • B&W Images ISBN 9780857840455 Green Books, UK Available February 2013 Ulrich Grober reassesses the concept of sustainability using a range of fascinating historical instances of its application. The journey takes in Francis of Assisi‘s thirteenth-century “Canticle of the Sun,” as well as Greek philosophers and Enlightenment scholars. Whether in the court of Louis XIV or the silver mines of Saxony, Grober reveals that sustainability is always born of crisis and yet also marks the birth of a new awareness, a realization that the planet we live on has to be sustained and preserved for future generations.
Available June 2013 Tells the story of how the massive enterprise to restructure the genetic core of the world’s food supply came into being, how it advanced by violating the protocols of science, and how for more than three decades hundreds of eminent biologists and esteemed institutions have contorted the truth in order to conceal the unique risks of its products—and get them onto our dinner plates.
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