Monthly Archives: February 2014

Saturday night reading

Recently picked up two great magazines; the American Frontiersman 2014 Complete Survival Guide (Country Almanac Presents #175) and The New Pioneer (Country Almanac Presents #177). Both titles are giving me some good starting points from which to expand both in sound system design requirements for lodging, planting, and tools. What are some of your tried and true publications you turn to for tips and advice?

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Heirloom Seed companies catalogs

I came across a list of catalogs for heirloom seed companies that I just had to share. Visit their websites for more information as some do not have versions out in print.

Seed Savers Exchange
3094 N. Winn Rd., Decorah, IA 52101
563-382-5990

Seeds of Change
PO Box 152, Spicer, MN 56288
888-762-7333

Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co.
2278 Baker Creek Road, Mansfield, MO 65704
417-924-8917

W. Atlee Burpee & Co.
300 Park Ave., Warminster, PA 18974
800-333-5808

Fedco Seeds
PO Box 520, Waterville, ME 04903
207-873-7333

High Mowing Organic Seeds
76 Quarry Rd., Wolcott, VT 05680
802-472-6174

Nichols Garden Nursery
1190 Old Salem Rd. NE, Albany, OR 97321
800-422-3985

Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply
PO Box 2209, 125 Clydesdale Court, Grass Valley, CA 95945
(888) 784-1722

Renee’s Garden
888-880-7228
(no print catalog)

Territorial Seed Co.
PO Box 158, Cottage Grove, OR 97424
800-626-0866

The Cook’s Garden
PO Box C5030, Warminster, PA 18974
800-457-9703

Tomato Growers Supply Co.
PO Box 60015, Ft. Myers, FL 33906
888-478-7333

Johnny’s Selected Seeds
955 Benton Ave., Winslow, ME 04901
877-564-6697

John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
PO Box 638, Bantam, CT 06750
860-567-6086

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Wonderful outside combination cooker plans

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Article on building a combination type outdoor cooker found at Mother Earth News.

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Posting gap

   Hello once again my frugal friends. First, apologies for the large amount of time since the last sharing of information here on #swampfoxgreen as family duties required my attentions. Long story short those have been resolved and all is well.
   Recent experience has shown me that while well intended my goals were far to narrow in scope. The implementation of sustainable, renewable and frugal practices still needs to take place from the bottom up as we do so in our home lives. Yet loftier objectives need be persued by becoming insistent those we chose to empower by either our votes or purchases realize such changes are required to leave our descendants a better world than we were.

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