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Want a free copy of Edible Forest Gardens 1 & 2?
These books are awesome, and don't need much of an introduction. We think they should be in everybody's library. To celebrate the turn of the new year our fortnightly free book giveaway just got a whole lot juicier! The details of this next giveaway will be sent out to our awesome newsletter subscribers as a way of saying thank you for all the support we have had so far. We will give away a free copy of Volume 1 next week, then the following giveaway will see Volume 2 zipping out to someone somewhere in the world.
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29/12/2013 02:22:26 am
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29/12/2013 06:20:54 am
Would love these books...I need more knowledge on growing a successful garden.I'm trying now...But still have failures (I took farming & agriculture in high school 25yrs ago).
29/12/2013 06:46:12 am
29/12/2013 08:36:05 am
Thanks! This information will be of interest to folks looking for
29/12/2013 11:40:13 pm
Ron van Wiggen
30/12/2013 07:24:52 pm
A free book would be very nice, but I am actually more interested in sources in general, regarding forest gardening specifically in Scandinavia.
31/12/2013 07:13:43 pm
Thank you for offering, I think my not yet conceived grandchildren would love for me to get these books as I am just now planning a forest garden on our land. I need to choose species now that will be of benefit to generations to come, and then this can benefit our whole community
31/12/2013 08:43:33 pm
Garden Forest of Trees
31/12/2013 08:46:12 pm
Having a hard time coming up with something fun to say! So, have to just say I have seen these books before and they are wonderful!
31/12/2013 10:03:13 pm
Here's a Chinese proverb that's fun and at the same time very wise:
1/1/2014 12:29:27 am
Why does every almost picture of a "permaculture" expert feature them holding annual garden veggies? One of those perlplexing observations.........
1/1/2014 12:41:42 am
I just got done reading Eric Toensmeier's book "Paradise Lot" and would love to see more of his and Dave Jacke's work.
1/1/2014 01:04:31 am
Great work! Thanks for sharing.
1/1/2014 01:07:45 am
As I'm in cooooold Canada, I'm really enjoying your blog on cold-climate permaculture. Information on cold climate growing can be hard to come by. I'd love to win a book as my local library is getting a bit peeved at me continually taking out book 1, then 2, as I try make notes on these dense tomes. Thank you!
1/1/2014 03:10:15 am
In the 43rd chapter of the Ynglinga saga appears this:
1/1/2014 03:20:22 am
It would be so awesome to get these books!! I'm very much fascinated and interested in the subject. That would be the best gift ever to start a new year which I plan to focus mostly on permaculture design.
1/1/2014 04:43:00 am
To know that the best thing is diversity
2/1/2014 12:41:30 am
I'm an urban forestry student in Ontario Canada, over the past few years I've become obsessed with permaculture and I try to get my hands on as much literature as possible. I'm hoping to one day get a job where I can bring some permaculture practices to the stupid monoculture municipality tree planting programs. These books would help my poor ass! :)
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